Because of my recent slump in keeping this blog up to date, my backlog of Foodie Friday photos and posts is getting bigger and bigger.
I’ll be going back through time one restaurant at a time.
I have been passing by this restaurant since I first started working in The Fort but never really tried it despite the many good reviews I’ve heard. It was only recently that I finally got to try it with some office-mates.
For the life of me, I cannot remember if this was Deep-Fried Chicken or Pork. However, I do remember enjoying it and was actually had the last piece of this. One thing I also remember, unfortunately, was that only the top part of the dish was meat. We later found out that the meat was placed on top of some kropek.
The Sweet and Sour Fish was so-so. The fish were a little soggy and this would have been ok, but when you compare it to what we’ve had at Eat Well, then this certainly fails in comparison.
I enjoyed this dish. Birthday noodles (I think that’s what it was called, or is it crispy noodles).
The Mapo Tofu is definitely my favourite from our lunch out. I’m sure I would have enjoyed it better on plain rice though. Its strong flavour does not go well with the already flavourful Yang Chow.
Recommendation: I enjoyed most of the food we ordered so I would not mind going for Part II sometime soon.
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