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Char Siew, Siu Yuk, Roast Duck
80’s Shao La serves the usual selection of roasted meats. Above is their trio rice with char siew, siu yuk and roast duck.
The char siew is soft and meaty with a nice sweet taste. The siu yuk has like savoury flavours. It has soft meat with a layer of fat underneath its crispy skin. The duck has tender and moist meat, with fairly juicy and flavourful skin. All 3 choices are quite likeable.
These are served on a plate of plain white rice with some sweet tasting braised sauce added, and a few slices of cucumber included on the side. A dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste and a bowl of savoury tasting soup are provided as well.
This plate of trio siu mei rice is quite likeable.
Roast chicken rice is available as well. The roast chicken has moist and meaty meat with fairly flavourful skin. It is not completely deboned though. The rice is firm and flavourful, and the soup has savoury flavours. Comes with the usual limey and garlicky tasting chilli sauce.
This plate of roast chicken rice is decent.
This wanton mee uses slices of char siew served on a plate of tossed noodles and served with a bowl of wanton soup on the side.
The char siew is soft and meaty with nice sweet tastes. The tossed noodles is fairly firm and springy with nice seasoning flavours. The wanton has soft skin wrapping a savoury tasting and meaty filling. The soup tastes decent too.
This serving of wanton mee is rather likeable too.
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80’s Shao La