Famous JB San Lou Mee Hoon
This fried mee hoon is something really good to rave about. It has an assortment of prawns, cuttlefish, shredded pork, eggs, vegetables on the inside. Fried to a dry texture and flattened like a large pancake with slightly charred and crispy outsides, but soft inside. Tastes slightly sweet with flavours of dried shrimps and good wok hei. Highly recommended.
White Pepper Crab
The white pepper crab is another one of their signature dishes. It has a very fragrant white pepper scent. Very mild spiciness and nice peppery flavours that are nicely balanced and not overly. The crab meat is soft and moist, and the white pepper sauce tastes really good. Recommended!
Famous Fried Garlic Chilli Clams (Lala)
Soft and chewy with a garlic and spicy chilli padi flavoured sauce. I am not exactly a clams person but this is really tasty. Mix some of the sauce with their san lou mee hoon and it is heavenly. Both thumbs up.
Salted Egg Prawn Ball
This salted egg prawn ball has a nice crispy salted egg batter on the outside with soft juicy prawn meat inside. Unlike salted egg dishes from others which tends to be overly heavy, this has a light balanced taste. It even comes with sweet corn bits that are fried with the same flavours in the same way, crispy outside and soft crunchy sweet corn inside. I love this.
This prawn roll is has a nice crispy skin wrapping a minced meat and prawns filling that is soft and juicy. Flavours are really nice. Comes with a sweet dipping sauce on the side.
Deep Fried Fermented Bean Pork Belly
This pork belly has a crispy breaded batter outside, tender and juicy meat inside with excellent flavours. Very good.
Har Cheong Gai
The har cheong gai is a nice crispy crust that is light and airy. Its flesh is moist with lovely flavours. Definitely very likeable.
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