The restaurant is simple and comfortable - located in the Rainforest area of One Utama's new wing (in the outside area, sorta just behind Kluang Station):
The menu is mostly like any other Hong Kong restaurant but I think the food here is nice as there are some special items. My favourite dish is this starter, the Chicken Floss Tofu:
(It kinda reminds me of lasagne somehow)
This dish, which is served cold, is very simple but nice: it's basically thin slices of silky tofu with chicken floss layered in between, sprinkled with seaweed and served with a simple soya sauce dressing.
The fried rice is generally quite nice here. That time, we tried the Fried Rice With Beef:
The texture of the rice is just dry enough and thankfully, not too oily - and tasted lovely when eaten with the "Latt Chiew Yauw" (Chili oil).
(It is free flow here for the chili oil! - Eat as much as you want... Not like some places *cough-OneNoodleInSS2-cough* which try to charge you for it)
The drinks here are not bad too. Here is the Iced Honey Lemon and Fruity Cincau we had that day:
They are not as expensive as other Hongkie places, but not that cheap either.
Overall, it's worth a try: Decent servings for decent prices (and they taste pretty good too).
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