It was amazing as the meat was well seasoned and went well with the fluffy Japanese rice.
The only disappointment was probably they replaced the avocados initially illustrated in the menu to cucumbers.
A plate of sashimi at a certain Japanese shop was nearly a hundred ringgit and just a few slices at that.
So, chu char is used to describe a Chinese stall that provides a wide selection of common and affordable dishes which approximated to home-cooked meals.
The menu changes bi-monthly, though diners can always expect the best with a kitchen committed to creating culinary masterpieces using classic techniques.
A few of their die-die-also-must try dishes are the deep-fried prawn balls, stir-fried oysters and Teochew braised-ducks! Check out this list of 15 breakfast food spots that every local will love! The decor, with gilded mirrors, chandeliers, oil paintings and Georgian screen windows, is designed to highlight its colonial heritage.