Sherman's Food Adventures: July 2009

Flying Wedge

Got a google message today from Rich Guy. He wondered if I could drop by his place and check it out since he was out of town. Well, since I took multiple joyrides in his M3 the last time I looked after his place, I felt that I owed him that much. So on my way over, I stopped at a place I've not visited in quite some time - Flying Wedge Pizza. After reading Kim's (I'm Only Here for the Food!) post about Flying Wedge, it gave me the munchies. I've always enjoyed Flying Wedge pizza. Just like their mission statement, they use fresh ingredients and take care in making their gourmet pizzas. One slice will set you back $3.49, which is not exactly cheap. Usually, one slice is enough to satisfy my appetite. Well, not really, but it's enough to keep me from starving (which apparently rarely happens).

I ended up going for one of my favourites, the Meat Master Blaster Pizza. If you look at the slice, they certainly do not skimp on the toppings. There was a generous helping of pepperoni, ham, salami, Italian sausage, mushroom and crumbled beef nestled within a cheese blend on top of a herb crust. The crust itself is a good combination of crispy and soft without being oily. I also decided to get a slice of Tropical Pig for Viv. I got to tell you, the slice was heavy in the takeout box. No shortage of ham, pineapple and cheese. Honestly, there will be detractors who will point out that Flying Wedge is a chain store and it's expensive. That is true, but it started out as one store and I liked it then, and I still like it now. Only issue is that with so many pizza slice stores around that charge a lot less, Flying Wedge is comparatively overpriced. However, the bottom line is that they make good pizza if you are willing to pay for it.

The Good:
- Many different types of pizza to choose from by the slice
- Excellent crust
- Fresh ingredients

The Bad:
- Some people will find it pricey compared to other pizza slice joints

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Washington Avenue Grill

In the latest installment of "On the Hottest Day of the Year", Ma (not my own mom) and I made our way out to White Rock for some lunch. I owed her some money and decided to repay her with a nice meal. So with the T-tops off, we hopped into her 300ZX. It was a pleasant ride, except for the really hot wind that kept blowing in my face and the sun beating down on me. We decided to try out the Washington Avenue Grill right on Marine Drive. WAG, as it's called is affiliated with The Vault out in Cloverdale. That would probably explain a familiarity with the menu at first glance. Situated in an old house right on the beach, WAG offers a beautiful view and a nice sea breeze. That breeze was very welcome since there was no A/C. I personally think I'm on a streak in visiting non-A/C restaurants in the last month (also the hottest month so far).

We started off with 2 appies, Dry Ribs and Rice Noodle Wrapped Fried Shrimp. Fried probably a tad too long, the dry ribs were indeed dry; but the dipping sauce helped rectify it. The fried shrimp reminded me of the ones I had at Eat Vancouver, which is actually a good thing. Encrusted with a crispy noodle coating, the perfectly fried shrimp were a delight to eat. For our mains, I went for the Seafood Hot Pot. I assumed it would arrive in an actual hot pot; however, it was served in a large square bowl instead. Maybe it was cooked in a hot pot? A bounty of shrimp, salmon, halibut and mussels resting on top of rice noodles were bathed in a considerable amount of red curry broth. The whole dish would've benefited from a little less broth. Not only does it hinder the presentation of the seafood; it would be a little hard to finish it all anyways. I had to order a side of bread to soak up some of the liquid. With that being said, the seafood was fresh and cooked perfectly. The broth itself was quite light and did not overwhelm. Ma had the Chicken Penne with Portabello Mushroom Sauce. This dish was very rich. The pine nuts on top added both texture and flavour to the pasta.

For dessert, I had to go with the NY Cheesecake with Blueberry Compote. It was beautifully presented. Despite being rich, the cheesecake was not all that smooth. It almost had a doughy quality to it. Taste wise, I really liked the blueberries - good flavour without being too sweet. However, I wished there was a stronger cream cheese taste. On the other hand, Ma's souffle was outstanding. It was chocolate decadence without being overly sweet. The sweetness came in the form of ice cream on top of the souffle. The overall experience at WAG was pretty good. The beautiful scenery on a nice day with the cool sea breeze in between bouts of heat and sweat added to the ambiance. In addition to the view, the location has loads of character and charm. The food was more than acceptable, if not a bit standard. Prices were very reasonable for the venue and the portion size. However, I didn't notice until we were gone that I had been charged much more than the menu prices. I'm not sure how that happened. Either the server made a mistake and charged me dinner prices or the menu prices had changed. Whatever the case, that bothered me somewhat. But, I won't take away the fact that the service was very good. Much like the Vault, WAG doesn't blow me away; yet it is a decent place to grab some food and enjoy the view.

The Good:
- Excellent venue, inside and out
- Reasonable prices and good portion sizes
- Good service

The Bad:
- Food was not bad, yet it was predictable
- Discrepancy between bill and menu prices

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Dai Tung

Alright, who turned on the furnace in the GVRD? When the mercury rises above 34 degrees Celsius, it becomes really uncomfortable. There was no way that I would even consider turning on the stove in heat like this. Sure, I could go out and use the BBQ; but really, standing over a hot grill in the blazing sun was not an option as well. We really needed to find a place with A/C. For some strange reason, Dai Tung came to mind. Yes, the very same Dai Tung that has some pretty good Dim Sum at reasonable prices which I never get to eat. I've only been successful a handful of times getting a table for Dim Sum since the place is pure nuts. This is further complicated by the fact I hate lineups. Seeing the lineup at Dai Tung is the equivalent of me following a full-faced visor wearing driver going 30 km/h down a one-lane street. I avoid at all costs!

Fortunately, dinner is never even close to being that busy. However, for the price, the dinner menu is actually quite good here. Ever since they renovated the place, they have maintained a level of cleanliness that includes the washrooms. But, for some strange reason, there is a part of the faucet that is missing which makes it quite difficult to use. Well, at least the washroom is relatively clean which is a serious bonus at a Chinese restaurant. Since the A/C was freakishly cold, we actually decided to have the Daily Soup which was Watercress with Pork. Despite there being a good selection of other soups, I usually go for the daily soup because it's slow cooked and that results in a flavourful broth. The watercress soup was served boiling hot and it was not salty. We also got the Live Crab with Cream Sauce on top of a bed of noodles. Although the crab was cooked perfectly, the cream sauce was not really all that creamy. Instead, it was more of a starchy milk sauce. Mind you, it still tasted quite good. The server recommended the next dish - Fried Whole Talapia Hot Pot. Turns out it was a great choice. The whole fish was fried perfectly with crispy skin and soft flesh. Plenty of onions, green onions, ginger and whole garlic cloves provided a aromatic flavour to the dish.

We couldn't go to Dai Tung and not have their signature dish - 5-Cup Spiced Duck. The meaning behind the name is that there are exactly 5 cups of ingredients used to make the duck. The result is an extremely tender duck bathed in a sweet vinegary sauce. Trying to satisfy the veggie quota, we ordered the Pea Shoots in Broth with Beancurd Stick, Gingko Nuts and Wolfberries. This is a very delicate dish that is only lightly seasoned. The natural flavour of the pea shoots are not masked by the usual garlic stir-fry. The dish was cooked perfectly and was a refreshing contrast to the flavourful duck. As always, we were presented with the complimentary Sweet Red Bean Dessert Soup. This version had small tapioca pearls and was only slightly sweet.

For those who only go for the Dim Sum, I encourage you to try the dinner at Dai Tung. It's pretty good and the prices won't break the bank. Service was friendly and attentive. Our plates were changed consistently and our tea was refill promptly. Add into the fact that the restaurant is kept clean, you have a solid choice for Chinese food.

The Good:
- Food is quite good, dinner and Dim Sum
- Prices are reasonable
- Relatively clean restaurant

The Bad:
- Dim Sum lineup is pure chaos
- Very few parking spaces available

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Stella's Tap & Tapas Bar

*Now Biercraft*

The last softball game of the regular season, it is a time of mourning. Do you know what this means??? No more eating out as a team until next summer! The horror! Since it was the last game, many teammates that usually do not join us for grub did so tonight. Joining the usual crew were Ranger, Ketchup and Inspector Gadget. You might be wondering why somebody would be named after a condiment. Well, Ketchup is named as such because she eats practically everything with ketchup. She even eats carrot tempura with... you guessed it - ketchup. I can imagine the horrified faces when she squirts ketchup as a topping for her desserts. So after another victorious game in the blazing heat, we were really looking for a wonderfully air conditioned place to eat. Not knowing that they did not have A/C, we chose Stella's Tap and Tapas. Imagine the shock on everyones' face when all that separated us from the heat were a couple of rotating fans.

While we were already seated, Miss Y and Judes wandered in with a creepy story. They had parked a couple of blocks away. When they got out of the car, a pot-bellied shirtless man approached them and expressed his admiration of their beauty. Um... what's next? A trenchcoat? They were seriously creeped out by the guy. Luckily he didn't know Miss Y was a screamer. On that note, the whole table got into a discussion whether I should permanently change her nickname to screamer. We picked a dish in her honour - Charcuterie & Cheese plate. It was a pretty standard dish (prosciutto, ham, cheese, bread, cornichons, olives & pickled pearl onions), nothing to "scream" about; but there was a good amount of food.

There were a wide range of tapas available at Stella's; but the prices seemed a bit high. The average price for each dish was roughly $13.00, which is an actual meal at other establishments. In addition to the Charcuterie & Cheese plate, we each picked a dish. Miss Y opted for the Black Sesame Crusted Yellowfin Tuna. The tuna was beautifully cooked and painted with a wasabi aioli. However, the wasabi aioli was too weak and didn't compliment the natural sweetness of the tuna. Predictably, Bear ordered the Short Ribs; in fact we doubled up on the order. The guy can live on short ribs alone! Bathed in sweet Korean BBQ marinade, the ribs were pretty good. It probably could have used a bit less marinade. Inspector Gadget selected the Stella Mussels (Stella Artois, cilantro, lime butter) with Frites and I went for the Normandie Mussels (Granny smith apples, mushrooms, bacon, shallots, Calvados, cream) with Bread. Unfortunately, we got it mixed up. I should have clued in when there were no apples in my broth; but I was really too busy taking pictures. I really liked the many different variations available for preparing the mussels. Moreover, it could be had in 1/2 pound and 1 pound servings. Despite hijacking Inspector Gadget's mussels, I personally preferred my original choice (Normandie) because how can you not like bacon?

Milhouse selected the Belgian Poutine and it was disappointing. The frites themselves were very good since we had mooched off of Hot Chocolate's order of Belgian Frites. They were served hot and crispy with a side of citrus aioli. However, when doused with an inordinate amount of watery Blanche de Chambly & Miso gravy on the bottom, it became a soggy mess. Boss Woman really didn't know what to order, so I suggested the Piquin chili & Pomegranate Molasses Glazed Chicken Wings. The wings were fried perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Too bad the glaze was a bit uneven because some pieces were quite flavourful and some others were bland.

Impressively presented, the Achiote Rubbed Flat Iron Yucatan Steak Tacos chosen by Ranger appeared to be delicious. I didn't get a chance to sample it; but Ranger seemed really happy. Well, either it was the tacos or the beer. Ketchup went with the Soy Kissed Sambal Green Beans. I was utterly shocked that she didn't bathe the whole thing in ketchup. I did get to sample this dish and personally, I thought the beans could have used a bit more cooking. They were essentially raw and did not absorb much of the seasoning. It would have been a much more successful dish if they had deep-fried the beans first, then quickly stir-fry with the soy and sambal.

Arriving quite a long time after everything else was Judes selection - the Sea salt & Sarawak pepper Dusted Pork Riblettes. The ribs themselves were a bit flavourless; hence the 3 dipping sauces (sweet chili sauce, cucumber raita and cilantro crème fraiche). The sweet chili was the consensus choice; yet the other 2 sauces confused us a bit. They were so light and bland, it did not add anything to the flavourless ribs. As you can see, the food at Stella's was hit and miss. Nothing was really terrible; but it wasn't memorable either. The prices weren't necessarily unreasonable, after all some of the portions were quite good. However, being that it was tapas, we weren't full and had paid close to $20.00 each. With that being said, if you are not intending to get stuffed; Stella's is a pretty cool venue to grab a cool beverage. I'm just not sure if it's the best place to actually go eat a meal.

The Good:
- Solid service
- Great selection of drinks
- A wide variety of tapas

The Bad:
- Food is hit and miss
- No A/C?!?!?

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Balkan House

Once again, we were meeting with MagMagMug for some eats. TS and Donna Chang were not able to meet up with us at Rodney's, so we set up another rendezvous. Trying something a bit different this time, we settled on the Balkan House. TS was not exactly pleased since that would mean she would have to drive all the way out to Edmonds. I think there is an imaginary line around Fraser Street in Vancouver that she never crosses. Next time, I'm going to setup a dinner in Langley just to spite her. We really don't eat Eastern European food that often and didn't know what to expect. Thankfully, days prior, Jessica (Yum-O-Rama) had visited the Balkan House and blogged about it. Since we were going on a Sunday, we had the opportunity to try the buffet which runs from 4:00pm - 8:00pm. Vandelay, Donna Chang and myself arrived relatively on time after navigating through the street closure on Edmonds. It's part of the Sunday street closures in the GVRD.

Now, if you are ever in a restaurant with a buffet, it's hard not to look at it and wanting to try it while waiting. We gave TS half-an-hour to arrive before we decided to attack the food. Among the items at the buffet included Coleslaw, Bread, Scalloped? Potatoes, Rice, Roasted Potatoes, Veggies, Pork with Mushroom Sauce, Roast Pork, Vienna Schnitzel, Veal & Pork Sausage, Roast Chicken and cake. For $15.99, the price was reasonable since most of the dishes were around that price already. Because the food at Balkan House is predominantly heavy meats, don't expect to go back too many times to refill your plate. I only made it back twice and the second plate was modest. By virtue of being a buffet, I found most of the meats a bit overcooked. Thus, it was not the best indicator of how good the food should be. The meats were conservatively seasoned except for the roast pork, which was a bit salty. However, that was probably the best meat at the buffet since it was really tender. It reminded me of the Kintaro fatty pork.

The service at the Balkan House was quite friendly and attentive. The servers did their best to make us comfortable. In terms of ambiance, I found the restaurant to be stuck in a 70's time warp. It has the 70's lounge type decor and atmosphere. Either they are trying to be retro or they have no intentions of renovating. The clientele was predominantly European which indicates authenticity and popularity. The place was bustling with activity throughout our dinner. The buffet provided a good sampling of the various dishes at the Balkan House. I'm looking forward to trying some of the other dishes on a non-buffet night. I'm not sure if TS is going to join us though since New Westminster is like another world to her.

The Good:
- Really good service
- Unique cuisine, especially in the GVRD
- Great for carnivores

The Bad:
- You're not going there for the decor
- Food can be a bit heavy (if you do not like meat, but I do!)

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Happy Valley

As you may already know, I hate lineups. I find that there is no bigger waste of time then to lineup for something. There are very few things that are worth the trouble. And this includes food! Well, to avoid this, we often make reservations. But, with Chinese restaurants this is not an exact science. Let's take Fortune House in Metrotown as an example. Sure, you can make a reservation; yet, all that will get you is into another lineup of people who made reservations. So, when we made a reservation at Happy Valley (formerly Green Hut) for Dim Sum, we didn't really know what to expect. We were meeting up with Goose and his family at Happy Valley. I was a bit late arriving because of morning ice hockey. Let me digress, ice hockey on a hot day is great! When I did arrive, I found out that the hostess had given our table away! Her excuse? There was another party with the same last name that arrived before we did. Excuse me, so let me get this straight. If someone had the last name Lee, they're royally screwed because the chances of another party arriving with the same last name is high. Then why the heck do we give our phone numbers when we make a reservation??? This... was not a very auspicious start to our first visit for Dim Sum at Happy Valley. The good news is we got a table shortly after, albeit a bit smaller.

I've been here for dinner before and was impressed with the overall quality of food and cleanliness of the restaurant. However, they got this strange "used car lot" thing going in the front of the restaurant. One quick glance and you'd think it wasn't a restaurant. Alas, with a huge lineup in front, you quickly realize the people are not there for the used BMW's. Being quite hungry after hockey, I quickly initiated the food ordering process. I passed the order sheet over to Mother Goose (I was dying to use that nickname!) so that she could choose some items. After we all added a few more items, we sent the sheet over to the kitchen. Quicker than a Chinese restaurant closing as a result of a health inspection, the food arrived. All of it! That made for some difficult picture taking and tight arrangements at our table. We ended up ordering 3 types of Rice Noodle Rolls - Shrimp, Beef and Salty Donut. They were pretty soft and packed with ingredients. I was especially impressed with the perfectly cooked shrimp since they were big enough to be called prawns. On the topic of shrimp, the Steamed Shrimp Dumplings were massive! They were some of the biggest ones I've ever seen, they barely fit into the steamer. My enthusiasm was tempered somewhat by the doughy and overcooked dumpling skin. Mind you, the shrimp was both plentiful and in large pieces. This was also true for the Shimp Spring Rolls. Not only were they packed with shrimp, there were 4 of them.

The Black Bean Spareribs were quite meaty; but curiously the same spareribs on top of the Sparerib Rice Hot Pot was saltier. On that note, the Dim Sum to me was a tad on the salty side. This was especially evident with the Fried Chicken Knees. On top of the over fried and small bits of chicken was plenty of MSG crystals. This particular dish was terrible, don't order this if you're at Happy Valley. For one of the few times in my life, a Dim Sum place brought the Egg Tarts last, even though we had chose it with our original order. That was some impressive expediting of food, especially in a madhouse of a restaurant. And the Egg Tarts were pretty darn good. The crust was extremely flaky and they were served hot.

All-in-all, the food at Happy Valley was plentiful and pretty good; albeit salty. Service was not bad for such a busy restaurant. Since the restaurant was so busy, the ambiance was hectic and not all that relaxing. So if you want to slowly sip your tea, eat your Dim Sum and read the paper, this is not the place to be. I'll forgive them for the reservation mix-up, even though honestly it was pretty stupid. But, if you want decent food that is modestly-priced, Happy Valley is a good choice.

The Good:
- Big portions
- Moderately priced
- Restaurant is clean

The Bad:
- Food is a bit salty (and MSG)
- Parking lot is insufficient and tight
- Dining room is quite cramped

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El Inka Deli

Awhile back, I mentioned to Kim (I'm Only Here for the Food!) that Latin food was not something that I ate much of. In fact, I really didn't know where to find good authentic Latin food either. Tonight, Kim took myself and TS (eating_club Vancouver) to El Inka Deli for a little Latin experience. The day started off quite well, being sunny and hot. Consequently, I thought that washing both cars would be a great idea. However, as I was washing the second car, it began to rain. And when I finally arrived at El Inka, it really began to pour. For a minute there, I thought I was in Edmonton, where sudden thunder storms happen quite often in the summer. Okay, I'm digressing here.

El Inka actually closes at 8:00pm, but the owner was such a nice guy that he didn't kick us out even though we stayed way past the closing time. El Inka is a pretty small restaurant located in a very odd place. Near the Burnaby Hospital, it resides on Sunset, which is an extremely wide street of businesses in the middle of a predominantly residential area. Looking over the menu, I honestly didn't have any clue what everything was or what I should order. I finally settled on something that was familiar - Mondongo or Tripe Soup. For good measure, I added Papas a la Huancaina, which were sliced potatoes topped with a sauce consisting of cheese, Peruvian peppers and evaporated milk. The dish looked plain; but it was quite pleasant to eat. The potatoes were soft and the sauce was very delicate. TS ordered the Ceviche to start. In addition to having the right tartness, there was a spicy kick at the end. TS ended up putting the rest of it in a cup and drank the rest of the liquid.

The tripe soup was really quite good. I enjoyed the natural flavour of tripe in the broth. It was evident; yet not overpowering. Most of the pieces of tripe were tender enough to chew; but one piece I had to give up on after 5 minutes. Other items in the soup included peas, potato and a piece of short rib. Served on the side were a piece of avocado, flavoured rice and arepas (flat bread). TS has the mother of all dishes there called the Bandeja Paisa. The dish consisted of red beans cooked with plantains, rice, avocado, ground beef, fried egg, fried plantains, chirizo and chicharron. It was a lot of food and since TS was still sipping on her ceviche, she didn't finish it. I tried the chicharron (fried pork skin) and although it tasted great, I had a difficult time gnawing through it. Kim had the Moiara (fried whole Tilapia) with fried green plantain, rice and salad. The fish was fried up very crispy with the meat a tad overdone. Yet, with a squeeze of lime juice, the fish was good. I really liked the fried plantain because it was both crispy and flavourful. Kim explained it was actually mashed up green plantain, then fried. This resulted in a much less starchy texture.

We shared a slice of Tres Leche at the end for good measure. It wasn't too sweet and had just the right amount of evaporated and condensed milk. Some other versions I've tried have been way too sweet. Thanks to Kim, I had a unique culinary experience. The place itself is quaint, being a little hole-in-the-wall. The owner was very gracious and provided sincere service. It's not very often you get honest service these days. It's really too bad that we don't have enough of these restaurants around the GVRD.

The Good:
- Authentic Latin food
- Honest, sincere service
- Something a little bit different

The Bad:
- Prices are a bit on the higher side (roughly ~$15.00 per dish)

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Ningtu

It always seems like every Chinese restaurant that serves Dim Sum are completely full on weekends (some on weekdays too!). We honestly tried to think of a place that we didn't have to lineup. Well, there are places where you don't have to line up; but they are either not very good or very expensive. Seeing that we did not want to wake up super early to go for Dim Sum at 9:00am, we finally gave up on the idea. Alternatively, we decided on Ningtu for some Shanghainese Dim Sum instead. Unlike Richmond, where Shanghainese restaurants are a dim a dozen, surprisingly there are not many to choose from in Vancouver.

We met up with my brother-in-law, his fiance and my father-in-law at Ningtu right when it opened at 10:30am. Thus I was able to snag the only window seat in the house. We were meeting partly because my kids are going to be the flower girl and ring bearer. However, the first 2 times my son was supposed to be the ring bearer, it has been an epic fail. First time, he was so frightened, I ended up being the ring bearer! Second time, Viv had to keep giving him M & M's while walking down the aisle. Let's hope this time is better. Mind you, in practice sessions, he's been dragging his sister around like a rag doll. Okay, I'll stop digressing.

I've been to Ningtu a few times and their Shanghainese Dim Sum is way better than their dinner items. However, this is all relative because I believe that places like Shanghai River and Top Shanghai are better than Ningtu. Since I hadn't been to Ningtu for quite some time, we ordered an array of items to determine how it stacks up to the competition. We started with the Chicken in Wine Sauce. The chicken was cooked perfectly so that it was fully cooked; yet still tender. Flavour-wise, it was more salty than wine flavour. With that being said, it was still a good dish. Shanghainese Dim Sum would not be complete without Xiao Long Bao. When it arrived, my father-in-law made a comment that the Xiao Long Bao didn't appear to be hand-made. He used to run a large Chinese restaurant in town, so he's usually pretty knowledgeable with these things. He stated that the buns seemed way too uniform and perfect; thus leading to the speculation that they were not made in-house. However, we were not completely sure. As for the Xiao Long Bao themselves, they were actually really juicy and tasty. The only negative was that the outer skin was a quite chewy.

Once again, we ordered the Hot & Sour Soup. This is another great "indicator" dish to see if the restaurant knows what they are doing. It appears that they do because the soup was pretty good. It had nice depth of flavour in the soup base and there was a good mix of sour, salty, sweet and spicy. We also got a couple of noodle dishes, the Szcheuan Beef Noodle and Chicken Noodle. Underneath the generous amount of beef and tendon was a really large amount of noodles. The broth itself wasn't as flavourful as I would have liked; but overall, it was decent. The chicken noodles were for the kiddies, so we really didn't eat it. Another popular dish at Shanghainese restaurants is the Beef Roll. Some places wrap five-spiced beef with onion pancake with cucumber and hoisin; however, much like Shanghai River, the roll at Ningtu was more like a baked pastry. One major difference was the inclusion of kimchi-like cabbage along with the beef. You know what? That really changed the complexion of the dish. It added both spice and a crunch to the otherwise soft pastry.

The one item that we didn't particularly like was the Fried Salty Donut. The colour was unappetisingly dark brown and it was not crunchy at all. The whole thing was mostly chewy. Yet, most of the dishes were solid; if not a bit unspectacular. It may not be as good as Shanghai River and Top Shanghai; but it holds its own where it is located.

The Good:
- Decent Shanghainese Dim Sum
- Fairly decent service
- Reasonable prices

The Bad:
- Dinner is not as good

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