Char Siew, Siu Yuk, Roast Sausage
The char siew is half fatty and half meaty, is rather soft and has a nice sweet taste. The siu yuk is soft and meaty with crispy skin and savory flavours. As for the roast sausage, sweet tasting and soft. All 3 are rather nice. These are served on a plate of firm white rice with braised sauce added. An optional dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste can be added to it. Served on the side with the plate of rice is a bowl of very flavourful bowl of lean meat and vegetables soup. I like it.
Noodles is also served here as well. Above is their roast duck noodles. The slices of roast duck are boneless. It has meaty meat and juicy skin. Flavours are decent. The noodles is fairly firm and springy, soaking in a wet seasoning sauce with a slightly sweet taste. Comes with some lettuce and crispy pork lard. This roast duck noodles is quite likeable.
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