I don’t normally eat at the same restaurant twice in a week… but this was a different branch and the better half wanted to eat here before we saw Singing in the Rain (an old-fashioned musical and fun, I thought).
The menu is more limited than at Central Park or World Square, so no jewel soup dumplings this time. But I did order two orders of regular soup dumplings between three of us, a fried wonton that I don’t remember ordering (served with mayo, yum), and their version of siu mai, elegantly shaped with a whole prawn on top of the pork.
Had the noodles with pork mince: the texture of the noodles is incredible. Fresh and chewy. My fallback dish of fried rice and pork chop. And as I didn’t get to order Buddhist feast earlier in the week, we had it here. It’s a perfect combination of textures and crunch. One of my faves. Oh, and more golden lava balls. Yum.
Unlike Pokemon Go, it’s not a bad thing to have more than one of the same item… and as you can note below, Zomato counts different branches of restaurants separately. Since I’m currently amusing myself by keeping in the top 20 food bloggers in Sydney, every review counts. I’m a food blogger tragic.