Hong Kong Seafood Restaurant
Of course the kiddies wanted the Lo Mei Gai (Sticky Rice and not pictured) and who were we to deny them? Happy kids = happy meal. We found the rice to be quite sticky. In fact, it stuck to the leaves which could be an indication of reheating. The rice was a bit soft, yet still chewy while the pork filling was a bit one note since there was little-to-no shiitake nor any other strong ingredient. The Preserved Duck Egg and Salted Pork Congee was not that great as there was barely any ingredients. The broth was decently thick though while being mildly seasoned. We also got the BBQ Pork Buns and they were a bit too sweet. The pork was lean and tender though. We did enjoy the bun itself as it was fluffy.
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