Chinese wedding reception = 12 course banquet. Here we go...
The serving was HUGE! Jellyfish was nice and crunchy, the roast pork had a nice crackling and soft meat, the other meats were all quite nice too. There was a random piece of smoked ham in there too.
Again, HUGE - so much bigger than normal. But very crisp on the outside, soft on the inside and there was a small piece of actual crab meat in the claws. Tasted really good with the plum sauce.
Just like your average restaurant dish. Prawns could have done with a lot more flavour though, and more garlic was required for the sauce.
This was good. Nice consistency, smooth and creamy like it should be. There were actually pieces of crab meat and shark fin in the soup.
The lobster was a bit of a disappointment as it was divided into too many pieces and there was shell in the noodles. The noodles themselves were strange - wider and thicker than the traditional egg noodles used as the base for lobster and crab dishes.
The sauce in this dish lacked flavour, other than that, the actual pieces were quite fresh and nicely done.
Very crispy on the outside, a little dry on the inside - however it seems that other people found theirs to be moist and soft on the inside.
Most of the bowls had more in it, but I was getting full and picked up a small serving instead. Tasted just like standard fried rice.
Tasted just like normal steamed fish at a normal restaurant.
Both were sweet and crumbly. I liked the coconut one better.
The first couple of dishes were really good, as we neared the end, we started to get quite full and the food lost its appeal.
Overall Impression: 8.5/10