The quality of their Crispy Beef was excellent - crispy with a moreish flavour from the seasoning in the coating. Some salad provided a fresh element to the dish and you can dip the beef in the sweet chilli sauce to add extra elements of flavour. If you prefer, the dish can be prepared using chicken instead.
Crispy Beef (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The chicken in the Northern Jungle Hot and Sour Chicken Curry was tender and the various vegetables all had the right amount of bite to them. The curry gravy gave the dish its distinctive flavour with a predominant sour flavour and a degree of spiciness that should be suitable for most tastes.
Northern Jungle Hot and Sour Chicken Curry (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
One of the stir-fried dishes available, the pieces of squid in the Garlic and Pepper Squid were fried to golden brown and there was enough garlic and pepper to give the dish its delectable garlicky flavour. There was also a generous portion of vegetables, whose plainer flavour acted as a good foil to the stronger flavoured squid.
Garlic and Pepper Squid (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
If you want a dessert option that is a bit unusual, their Cheesecake Spring Rolls is a good choice. The filling did not taste too cheesy and was set off perfectly by the crisp pastry shell. The spring rolls are at their best when eaten together with the ice cream accompanying them. A drizzling of chocolate sauce completed the dish.
Cheesecake Spring Rolls (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)