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1 Raffles Link #B1-21
Citylink Mall
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Telephone: (65) 6835-7760
Restaurants » Chinese (Traditional), Thai , Vietnamese

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  1. whiteblanko
     03 Oct 2008 at 7:27 pm

    i love asian kitchen chinese salad: sounded sketchy; with rather unappetizing looking pictures. we warned my friend not to order, and she did, with the prior knowledge that she might end up eating a mouthful of confused culture. but anw it was awesome (: simply seasoned seaweed with julienned..stuff. cant rmb what it is. but very yummy!

    xiao long bao a bit floury on top. can literally see the dough. but other than that, the pork and prawn dumplings are nice, the skin is thin enough, broth not oily (v impt) and the prawns were (chemically?) crunchy.

    chilli soft shell crab!! ordering chilli crab at seafood restaurants is alw a messy affair. this is the spoilt brat's version - pile the eggy, spicy gravy onto the soft shell crab, open wide and moan obscenely. a definite must-try, though a bit pricey.

    moonlight horfun the name is a bit tacky, but other than that, there's nothing obiang abt this dish. in fact, i rename it "The Best Char Kway Teow in Singapore". u have a choice of having the egg cracked raw or cooked with the horfun (choose raw!), and..its really indescribable. brown slivers of smooth horfun/kway teow..oishikatta!

    zha jiang mian er. average. save your stomach and wallets for another plate of either moonlight horfun / chilli soft shell crab.

    bill came up to $42 for 3 people, 100% value for money (: among the nyny-shokudo-thai express family, this one's the best.

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    1. topaz
       29 Aug 2007 at 3:33 pm

      We were looking at the pictures of food menu displayed outside the shop and was greeted by a young female staff. She recommended us to try some of their popular dishes though we have no idea whether they are serving Vietnamese or Shanghainese food..

      We ordered some of the chef’s recommendations. The first plate was Rice Paper Rolls. It doesn’t look appetizing at all. We dipped into a sweet sour chilli sauce with lots of peanuts and sesame in it. Hmm.. It was very refreshing and crunchy as the rolls consisted of rice vermicelli, carrots, cucumbers and corriander leaves. The whole roll was then left to chill before cutting into smaller pieces. A very healthy way to eat!!

      Next, came the Xiao Long Bao (steamed meat dumplings). The skin was paper-thin yet resilient enough to hold the delicious meat filling and broth without breaking. This combination is melt-in-the-mouth goodness.

      We also tried their Pork Chop La Mian. The chops were still frizzing in oil when it was served. The meat was soft and tender and went well with the noodles. The hot-piping clear broth was also very tasty.

      For drinks, we tried their in-house homemade Logan Red Dates. Quite authentic as the ingredients were plentiful and most importantly, it was not sweet at all.

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