My 16 year-old and 12 year-old love eating at this restaurant and they are very picky with their food.
I am the man who cant catch a break, meetings after meetings, assignments after assignments, but who acknowledges nothing can make a day better than a good cuppa coffee.
It was packed during dinner time plus the regular chefs were busy with a wedding dinner going on hence the fish was not up to it's normal yummy self.
Their delicious sweet and sour pork is a must try and my family loves the fried rice.
Apparently my family's history with this restaurant goes past 35 years ago.
Just be warned though as next weekend will be chaotic at the restaurants with the long weekend, Wesak Day celebrations plus the Mother Day's celebration on Sunday.
I still fail to understand if this melange of flavours is intentional or not, it is certainly not by accident, but what appears to be a high quality place serving pretty much conventional menu, appeared to be a temple of flavours, outstanding ingredients and great food worth much more than what they charge for this.