Saturday, September 17, 2011

My family was enroute to buy mooncakes (from a very famous pastry shop) for the Autumn Festival in Kluang, and stopped by this chinese restaurant. My dad tried it before and he commented the food is not bad, so we decided to settle our lunch over here.

From clockwise, we had the
Kungpo diced chicken - Average, and the diced meat is dry. Rating: 5.5/10
Fried vermicelli - Nicely flavoured and springy noodle. Rating: 6.5/10
Stir fried spinach with garlic - Average, not much impression of it. Rating: 5.5/10
Crispy pi-pa duck - One of the recommended dishes. The roasted duck skin is crisp and its meat is tender, but you have to go with the plum sauce, otherwise it could be a tad bland. Rating: 7.0/10
Steamed codfish in light soya sauce - It's fresh and my mum's favourite. Rating: 7.5/10
Specialty beancurd - The beancurd's texture is smooth and although I'm a fan of all tofu dishes, somehow this just does not rock my boat. Rating: 6.0/10

Price: 8.0/10
Service: 7.0/10
Conclusion: The food here is value for money and worth every penny, but somehow the dishes here just doesn't appeal to me. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying it's bad. It just couldn't have managed to take up 4 or 5 shophouses in a row if it doesn't have its fair share of followers. I would say it could be due to the fact that I'm a person who likes everything saltier, sweeter, spicier ... in conclusion someone who has a retarded tastebud.

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86000 Kluang, Johor

Branch: 2, Jalan Aman 3, 
Taman Aman 86000
Kluang Johor Malaysia 

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