Time Out says
Set amidst the bucolic greenery of Labrador Park, there is nothing particularly adventurous (read: weird) about the food here, which suits us fine. Just Canto-classics of the kind you might find at the dining table at home– old-fashioned, familiar and comforting. Like the pure notes of double-boiled chicken soup laced with ruby-jewelled wolfberries; a clay pot of softly braised bean curd and spicy purple eggplant wedges; and fried noodles, seared with wok hei and stirred through with prawns and fish slices. Also try the dim sum menu, which contains the usual suspects of char-siew baos and siewmais – little parcels of minced pork and prawns with a tender pastry shell – with just the right amount of give under the teeth.
30 Labrador Villa Road, Labrador Nature Reserve
|Opening hours:||Daily 11.30am-3pm, 6-10.30pm|
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