Another little spot for work lunch and this time
The pan fried pork dumplings were MASSIVE. However, the skin was quite chewy and thick BUT the filling was delish.
Pan Fried Pork Dumplings (8pc) – $10.80
I could not resist xiao long baos. They were GINORMOUS but there was no soup inside them at all. If you do want these, make sure you factor in 15 minutes for them to cook.
Steamed Handmade Shanghai Pork Dumplings (6pc) – $9.50
I’m a sucker for wontons and these ones weren’t too bad. There’s plenty of filling and the spicy sauce (it was a touch spicy for me but others may disagree and can’t even taste it) was great. It had a slight sweetness to it and I would definitely recommend this dish.
Wonton in Spicy Sauce (12pc) – $10.50
The malaysian fried rice was so frigging good. It was full of flavour, generous portions AND the rice was oh so fluffy.
Malaysian Fried Rice – $12.80
The Singapore noodles were on the other end of the spectrum. It was dry and needed a lot more of flavour. The good thing it had going for it was the portion size. Other than that, I wouldn’t get this dish again.
Singapore Noodles – $12.80
The service here was quick and efficient but the food was a hit and miss. If you’re craving wontons and fried rice served Malaysian style, this is the place to hit up. I’ll be coming back to check out the rest of the menu.