The buzz: A Chinese restaurant out in the ‘burbs (that’s not part of a chain, thank you very much) with nice surrounds at very affordable prices.
The vibe: Think updated Chinese furnishings (minus the tackiness) with dark reds, black and gold.
The food: They specialize in comforting, unpretentious Chinese dishes. The pig trotter fried bee hoon combines sumptuously tender pig’s feet with tasty vermicelli. Don’t forget to treat yourself to a dollop of their homemade chili. Sip on their iced lemongrass drink to soothe the aftermath.
Why you’ll be back: For a quick, simple meal or family get-togethers over the weekend.
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