There is quite a bit of emphasis on their barbequed meats especially their special roast Sham Tseng duck which is specially prepared by a famous Hong Kong chef, Chen Qiang. Currently they are running a promotion where you can pack home the roast duck for a special discount.
I had to have their Ribena Sprite Lemon (RM2.20+) - fizzy sprite flavoured with Ribena cordial, a twist of lemon plus some nata de coco cubes and lots of crushed ice. Very nice drink but then I am partial to anything with Ribena, my favourite childhood drink.
I was totally lost when I looked at the menu so I asked the cashier to recommend me their signature dish - she said it was their roast duck so I ordered a portion of their roast duck noodles (RM10+, it's cheaper by about RM1 if you order it with soup). The noodles is unlike the wantan ones we get in the hawker shops and is finer which I really liked. Not sure if they make it themselves or if it is from a packet. I didn't think the roast duck was fantastic and found it a bit dry compared to the usual roast duck places I frequent in Petaling Jaya.
There are lots of choices on the menu which I studied for quite a while, slowly reading through each section. They have this interesting soup rice i.e soups mixed with rice which is an old favourite of mine. You can choose between winter melon soups or exotic frog legs. They also have breakfast, lunch and dinner specials with chicken chop, steamed chicken rice and Korean stone rice. The Korean stone rice is basically bibimbap served in a stone bowl which Aprilcherrie had when she visited the place last week. Besides the specials, I was fascinated to see satay beef soup macaroni and suckling pig rice on their menu. You can also get Beijing dumplings, stewed frog and braised dishes to be eaten with rice. Although I wasn't too impressed with the roast duck noodles, I will come back to try their other menu items which looked interesting.
Unit LG-048, Lower Ground Floor
Mid Valley Megamall
(Next to Yoshinoya)
Tel No: 03 - 22284 8113
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
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