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Shanghai Rice Cake
The shanghai rice cake comes with slices of firm and springy rice cakes, slices of pork, fish cake and prawns. A nicely flavoured gravy containing some slivers of egg and vegetables is added to it. The pork is meaty, the fish cake is smooth and springy with nice fish tastes and the smallish size prawns tastes rather fresh. Not bad.
The beijing noodles uses thick yellow noodles with pork, fish cake and prawns. A gravy with slivers of egg and some vegetables is added to it. The noodles is quite springy and rather flavourful with a nice hint of wok hei. Rather likeable.
There are 2 types of dumpings here, the fried ones and the steamed ones.
The deep fried dumplings has a crispy skin with flavourful meat and vegetables filling inside. The steamed dumplings has soft chewy skin with the same flavourful meat and vegetables filling inside. Comes serves with limey and savoury tasting chilli dip and vinegar on the side.
Both versions of the dumplings are nice in their own ways, though personally I prefer the steamed ones over the deep fried ones here.
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