Many Organizations have started up in the Asian Countries.
The concept take inspiration from Hong Kong cha chan teng cafes to bring a British take to Chinese cuisines. The restaurant is located downstairs which has a s upmarket feel with a modern trendy touch.
The food at Cha Chaan Teng is made for sharing, although there are some dishes where you could have by yourself. I found the chicken was dry on the outside and there was not enough sauce for the three skewers.
The ribs were tender that easily came off the bone. I liked how they serve the lobster prawn as a whole on the toast, similar to the one I have had in A chinese banquet kitty tsui Kong.
I felt the prawn toast did not have much taste but was balanced out by the wasabi mayonnaise to give it flavour. May be this was their take of a Chinese spring onion pancake which unfortunately did not have that texture or taste.
The dish itself was okay but it was where did it fit in to the concept made us question. Cha Chaan Teng offers a selection of macaroni soup on the menu. It is usually what is an option for breakfast in Hong Kong. The dish is made of macaroni pasta and traditionally served in a chicken soup stock, although you can find it in a tomato broth.
The topping can vary these days but is typically with ham. I felt the spam was too dry and could not see or taste any coconut. It definitely was not the tradition pork and prawn wonton you will get at a typical Chinese restaurant. For me it did not work for me and I would had just prefer a good quality chicken soup broth.
The duck was crispy outside and succulent inside where the meat easily fells off the bone. The orange maple syrup had a hint of orange flavour which did not overpower the French toast and duck.
I thought this was creative idea of a Chinese concept of a duck and waffle, but instead using duck and French toast. The crackling was really good which were crunchy but you could bite in like corn crisp. It gave it some texture as the chef had opted to use tender pork shoulder instead of deep-frying the meat.
This has taken the inspiration of one of Singaporean iconic dish, chilli crab. It was not the exact thing but it tasted similar. The presentation of this dish does need some working as I am not sure you would say it is pretty.
The mantou were mini steam bun which would had been better if they were deep-fried mantou just like in Singapore. Being mini, there was not enough mantou to wipe clean the sauce. It was a messy dish to eat which you expect from seafood with their shells.
But we expected there would be wet wipes or a bowl of water with fresh sliced lemon to wash our hands. We did have a problem with eating some of the lobster claws as the shell was not cracked open and there was no lobster cracker available.
In my view I would had been happy to just have king prawn which is much easier to peel and eat. The meat was better than the crab being juicy and went well with the sauce. The fish was cooked just right and the presentation of this dish was pretty.
The only criticism is the strong flavour of the lambs lettuce which I did not feel it goes well with the fish.
This was a cold dish and not as spicy as it looked. The chicken was cooked just right with succulent meat. There are a range of sides that includes salads, vegetables and rice which can be order to go with the mains.
This was a refreshing salad and the dressing gave it that oriental flavour. I could taste the XO sauce but as I do love my Asian root, I would had like taste the salted duck egg.
Desserts was the one part of my meal I was looking forward to, but unfortunately we were told there was no Dan Zei red velvet waffle cone as the waffle machine was broken. That was a shame as it had been some thing I was looking forward.
Instead I tried their other desserts on the menu. The texture of the sponge cake was dense but that is how you would expect from a cake that has comes straight out from the freezer.
The flavour of panda was very light and hardly noticeable. I would had prefer to taste a stronger pandan fragrant.Supplemental Materials. What is included with this book? The Used copy of this book is not guaranteed to include any supplemental materials.
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