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Friday, March 19, 2010

Chui Xiang Kitchen 醉香小厨

Saw the advert of this restaurant from the tv claiming that lobster porridge for $5.50. As we hadn't decided where to go for dinner, we thought may as well go for this and checked out the restaurant. The restaurant is located at next to a street with a funny name - "Lim Tua Tow" Haha.... Lim "Big Head"? Anyway, parking can be a headache here too. 

We ordered the lobster porridge of course.  So it is really $5.50?  Haha... $5.50 is for 100g lobster.  Thus, before we took our order, the lady staff asked ask how big we wanted our lobster.  100g?  200g? or 300g?  Hubby ordered the 300g one and thus, our lobster porridge cost $16.50 instead.  The porridge was served in those type of big sharkfin bowl and the lobster, they cut it into half and served each of us half.  The lobster was quite tough and I didn't quite like it.  :(   However, I was quite impressed with the all the other dishes.

Lobster Porridge
Sliced Duck with Mongolian Sauce
This one was really good.  The mongolian sauce was their special BBQ sauce and added much favour to the sliced duck.

Tofu with Golden Mushroom
Their homemade tofu was also very soft and tasted really good.  Yum!  Yum!
Herbal Prawns
Overall, we were very satisfied with their dishes.  Good and affordable.  I feel that their other dishes win over the lobster porridge.  There is a 10% discount even if you pay by cash.

Chui Xiang Kitchen 醉香小厨
13 Teck Chye Terrace
(Lim Tua Tow Food Street)

1 comment:

babyyoSG said...

hi, i went there today and order a few dishes. Out of 6 dishes i find only the cereal prawn and frog leg ok. After dining, we find that they had put in too much MSG..(cannot tolerate.)