Some of their specialties would be xiao long pao and this belly pork thingie with pau. The restaurant has this open concept kitchen where you can see the chefs at work, making the la mian (noodles) and also the famed xiao long pao.
Getting into the restaurant itself also normally requires a long wait. There is almost always a long queue outside the restaurant, to the point that they have to come up with this numbering system like those available in banks and post offices to know that your table is ready. Luckily for us, there wasn't a queue at the time (was already around 4pm) and the staff got us a table immediately.
See the lanterns up there? I think they're really cute. Must have them in my future house.
I've forgotten what this dish is called, but it's one of my favourites. It's la mian with minced meat, simple but tastes good.
I have also forgotten what this dish is called. It kinda tastes like claypot rice, but I believe they steamed the dish. Has rice, meat, Chinese sausages, shiitake mushrooms and kailan vegetables.
Ha! this is spicy la mian, also one of my favourites. The spicy soup is not exactly that spicy and it does not taste like what it looks (am I being confusing?), it's kinda like what you get with kimchi, but I think this tastes better. Also served with minced meat.
And yet another of my favourites coming up!! :
The fried rice is also not bad, nicely done.