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This Blooming Tea was $6 and mostly tasted like the tea you get at Chinese restaurants. I might have convinced myself I could taste flowers towards the end. But I got it for the pictures. I guess it was worth it in the end.
The noodles at this restaurant are handmade. Each strand has an inconsistent thickness, which makes for very dynamic chewiness! Absolutely love this dish, and had cravings in the days following.
These 'Flavour Noodles' live up to their name sake. So damn flavoursome. Sauce is delicious *licks lips* This plate is damn massive. Shared one plate between two and almost didn't need dessert. Almost.
After taste testing a few different flavours, we settled on Poached Figs in Marsala and Peanut Butter Cheesecake. Loved them both! Completely different flavours but totally delicious in their own ways. The poached figs was lighter, and quite sweet and fruity. The peanut butter cheesecake was absolutely decadent and a favourite of mine. So rich and thick, with oreo crumbs throughout.
Spotted zucchini flowers on the specials menu and wanted to try. These ones were stuffed with pearl barley, persimmon and green tea. They forgot to bring out the chilli sauce, wasabi mayo and balsamic vinegar to go with it, so we thought it was a bit interesting but a bit on the blander side. However, I really liked it with the creamy chilli sauce/mayo. So it is important to have the condiments with the dish!
Grilled eggplant stuffed with buffalo mozzarella and spinach, topped with lemongrass and tomato sauce, served with roti. It was so promising, and sounded so good on the menu [as did many other dishes]. It just lacked the oomph. There are a few other dishes on the menu that sound delicious. Hopefully they will live up to the impression created by their descriptions.