It looks simple as shown, with lots of beansprouts, cai xin and served with vegetarian Char Siew and Wantons. Definitely a healthier version, since many places deep fry the wantons instead. I was quite surprised that the smell of the sauce was quite strong. I could taste some vinegar in the sauce hence I reckon its a special sauce comprising of sesame oil, vinegar and perhaps some marinated sauce. It does tastes very well when mixed in the noodles. For those who do not take chili, this is a good option. As for the wantons,I reckon it was a mixture of mushrooms and celery which brings out the crunchiness. However, the celery taste is quite strong, hence some may not like it. The Char Siew seems like the normal kind you can get at most suppliers. Overall, serving is quite big and can be shared.
Grilled Chicken $7
Served with Fries and Salad. The piece of meat is rather small. However, the fries are really filling, hence was enough for both of us. I liked the salad, but there is too much sauce in it. Overall, the meat patty is quite normal, but chewy. I personally thought that the sauce for the chicken was not savory enough.
Sensations Fried Chicken (SFC) $7This is the best dish as ever. Even my mum loves it to the core. According to the chef, the crust is done up with 16 different types of flour and topped with chili spices. It does tastes similar to the shilin chicken available at Deli Veg. The portion is huge and must definitely be shared. The chicken tastes really tender and chewy. Not suitable if you are a really true health enthusiast since this is deep fried.