The moist sweetness and vibrant crunch of corn was given a tender but cautiously friend-zoned embrace by the tasty yet tastefully restrained salted egg sauce. Winning, and addictive. 4/5
The beef noodle was good, with a spicy and savoury beef broth and firm noodles. Bamboo shoots were cleaned and cooked well. Dan dan noodles (dry) was quite okay, but the small bowl of soup was stellar! Also tried the fried rice which was bland. The Xiao long baos were pretty disappointing. The skin was too thick at the top, very little soup inside with mushy minced meat. Had a few other forgettable dishes as well. I would recommend just getting the noodles here.
A unique appetizer featuring large corn Nibblets fried with salted egg yolks. Delicious. Must try.
At $22.80, this large bowl of fish slices, Chinese lettuce, and sliced lotus roots are cooked and served in this 麻辣 sauce. Fresh fish and deboned. Best! Level if spiciness may be requested.
Was well balanced in taste and texture. Good place for value for money Sichuan cuisine.
Oh gosh! This is one of the better desserts I've had in a Chinese restaurant. They deep-fried the glutinous rice! It's crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, and filled with the fragrance and sweetness of red beans. 👍
The soup inside is nice, the thickness/thinness of the skin (from the tip to its bottom base) is right, there was just one thing that went very wrong - the pork filling was far toooooo little.
Different from the usual salted egg prawns in many Chinese restaurants, these have more puffiness due to the batter on its outside. The prawns were still crunchy and sweet inside. I enjoyed every bite of it.
It was so nice that I hoped the portion was bigger. I liked how not greasy it was and how generous they were with the prawns and cuttlefish. The texture and moist of the rice were just right. 😋
Essentially the softly gooey and grainy chew of muah chee meets sensually luscious and molten peanut butter. 3.9/5