If mustard were added in, my god, it will taste absolutely good!
Up next is ‘Chicken Soup with Herbs’ @ RM6.90, as this version was cook to be blend in taste that I find it quite unique.
One of the dish that caught my attention is ‘Kongguksu (Korean Noodle in Soy)’ @ RM12.90 as when this whole bowl was serve it looks very white and when I help the waiter to put it on my table, I was surprise as this is serve cold.
More to my surprise is that they add in apple slices and ‘Bok yi’ which can find in tong sui to go along with the noodle.
This dish, some of us like it some of us do not like it but for me, I quite like it cause they cook using soya bean as the soup base and the other 2 ingredient added it was weird but taste good. I feel very healthy when I ate this and I sure do not mind to eat this especially for my breakfast.
Later the chef only told us that it’s a dish originated from Korea which he learn from his friend. Interesting.
‘Halloween Dinner’ @ RM 23.90 This fried rice was put into a pumpkin to get the aroma of it, turns out to be good, with the prawns at the size, its fresh when we eat it as the meat is solid and stick to the skin when we peel it off. Its quite a huge serving though.
‘Triple Decker’ @ RM10.90 that the chicken had been fried and another layer of fried rice were added on top. 2 ways to eat it as you can eat it in its original serving or like what we do, we mix everything up and eat it but I find that eating it by original serving, only can taste the fried rice and the chicken taste as they had been fried perfectly with ‘wok hei’.
This is the first time that I saw a fried rice was serve by using Green and Red pepper as the wall, and it serve with 3 different flavour, normal, sour (with lemon squeeze in it) and spicy.
I cannot deny that, their fried rice range is quite impressive in taste as the rice are prepared in a secret method to get such a result (non sticky yet fried till dry its good)
Another dish that unique in taste that use chrysanthemum that originate from Sichuan that cook along and add on with some ‘ham choy’. First bite into your mouth it will feel blend but after a few bites and sips, the taste certainly is quite unique that, a bit sweet yet sour and the chicken added in is soft and flavourful.
With noodle base of pan mee that top up with a half boiled egg and served with chicken slices is something we do not get to see everyday, and we mix the egg and stir it together, the first bite we find it quite tasteless and we requested the waiter to give us some soy sauce, me and ken add in a bit and we were giving thumbs up and both of us just finish this whole dish. (if you feel it is tasteless, just request for soy sauce to bring up the taste, but some people prefer the original taste)