A friend gave me a cash voucher for this small chinese eatery at Centrepoint, which must be used by 2008. So being a typical "kiam peng" me, I gave it a visit for a weekday dinner.
Honestly speaking, this place reminds me of Crystal Jade greatly, from the cantonese-styled menu to the experienced staff, it beared a very striking resemblence. Nevertheless, we ordered something simple while the crowd built up around us.
Century Egg & lean meat porridge (~$8)
The porridge was just the way I like it, thick and smooth, with sufficient flavouring and ingredients at the same time. This will be something I crave for when my stomach calls for something light and warm.
Stir-fried Seafood Hor Fun (~$12)
Served with a pleasent black pepper sauce. The hor fun was topped with capsicum, onions and various seafood. Nothing too outstanding, but still rather tasty to our liking.
Homemade Soy milk (~$2)
This came interestingly in a large bowl-like mug, you can taste the richness of soy bean but was a little too sweet for me.
The bill for two was about $16 after a $10 cash voucher discount. The food was respectable, but overall nothing to scream about. With its limited menu and comparable price, I think I will still prefer Crystal Jade for my porridge fix.