Was there because some of our colleagues were staying at the Ambassador Hotel, so was looking for a place to have our dinner. One of our colleague had earlier suggested to have noodles but my manager just took one look at the noodles place and refused to enter as it looked pretty dingy. At least this restaurant was bigger and looked more comfy.
|retro, or not?|
|dim sum menu|
Didn't try any mao tai (茅台). Instead, we got our usual suan mei tang (plum juice).
|two flask of suan mei tang|
As usual, we ordered dishes to go with steamed rice.
|roast pork and char siew|
The char siew and roasted pork dish was served with sugar dip. Not bad.
|stir fried vege|
The vege was very similar tasting to the 帝皇苗, where it is slightly slimy. Beef as usual was tender and tasty. The chicken claypot has tiny tiny pieces of chicken (with bones) but very flavourful.
|mountain of rice|
|claypot tofu with roast pork|
|claypot pig trotters with lotus root|
All the claypot dishes goes well with the rice. But it didn't taste very Cantonese though.
This meal costs less than ¥500 and the portion was more than enough to feed 7 adults.