They brand their own cutlery
At the area for a Saturday morning meeting and decided to reward myself with some dim sum!
Being a rather hot day, we decided to try Luk Yu Teahouse & Restaurant at Chinatown Point, which is air-conditioned.
We have tried the Luk Yu Teahouse & Restaurant in Hong Kong but this is apparently not affiliated whatsoever with them. This one in Singapore is under the Swatow Seafood Group of restaurants (there’s another branch in ION).
The deco is distinctively oriental with waiters and waitresses wearing oriental uniforms. They were also quite upmarket with their own set of cutlery down to the sauce dispenser.
Thirsty from lunch, we went to the nearby dr.CAFE Coffee for a drink!
The little corner that dr. CAFE Coffee occupied is perfect for a lay-back indulgence on a hot afternoon, especially with the cosy sofas! We were lucky to grab a couple of sofa seats right at the end of the cafe and happily lounging on it while watching the world goes by…
Braised Pork Rice
After our failed attempt to use our “吃在台北 Eat at Taipei” voucher at Raffles City, we decided to go Chinatown Point to use our voucher because we are sure it’s still opened:P
This time, we tried the Braised Pork Rice 彰化扣肉饭 ($9.90), Mee Sua with Pork Trotters 基隆猪脚面线 ($9.90) and 3-Cup Chicken 三杯鸡 ($15.90). Incidentally the 3-Cup in 3-Cup Chicken refers to one cup of Chinese wine, one cup of sesame oil and one cup of dark soy sauce. 🙂