Hence, we opted for our dinner at Asian Kitchen (Citylink's branch). What's more, my disappointment in not being able to get my xiao long bao(soup dumplings) the previous visit at its Marina Square's branch can finally be made up for!
La Mian(hand-pulled noodles) ($5.70) in clear broth~ A really simple and plain dish but the noodles was light and the soup delightfully flavourful~
The aroma of our Luncheon Meat Fried Rice ($6.70) wafted over before it was even set down on our table; the fragrance of fried egg was particularly prominent~
There was actually plenty of luncheon meat cubes buried under the rice. Hate the peas though. =p~~ A satisfactory dish that could have been better if it had more wok hei!
The Pork & Prawn Dumplings ($4.70 for 4) had generous fillings but would have been better if there was more of that tasty soup in them!
Both of us loved this! Their Guo Tie (pan-fried dumplings) ($5.70 for 6) had generous portions of fillings wrapped up in thin dumpling skin that was delightfully soft and crispy at the same time~
The chilli was kinda special; it had a crispy bite and was really fragrant! The ginger slices soaked in vinegar was quite the perfect complement to the Guo Tie!