Zha Jiang Mian
The zha jiang mian has a fairly springy la mian topped with minced meat and slivers of cucumber. The cucumber is cruncy and the minced meat is flavourful. Rather likeable when mixed with the la mian.
Prawn Wanton La Mian
The wanton has a soft skin wrapper with nicely flavoured prawn and meat filling. The la mian is a bit soft but still fairly springy. Served in a bowl of nice lightly flavoured soup with some vegetables. Nice.
Steamed Leek Dumplings
The steamed dumplings has a soft chewy skin containing a nicely flavoured leek and meat filling. Comes with an optional spicy chilli oil on the side that goes rather well with both the steamed dumplings and wanton.
Xiao Long Bao
Now for the xiao long bao. It has a nice thin skin that is slightly chewy wrapping up a juicy meat filling with soup. It has nice seasoning flavours with a tint of ginger. I like it.
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