Sunday, July 27, 2014

Sea Harbour Seafood Restaurant / 海港大酒楼

July 27, 2014


#18 Baked barbeque pork bun - 2

J's comment > really not bad at all; extremely soft and bouncy bun throughout, focus is really on the dough; bbq pork inside OK, but not incredible, but the bun itself truly was though

#26 Deep-fried seafood salad roll - 2

J's comment > not bad; very soft, borderline crisp wrapper; lots of mayo though on the inside, overwhelming the seafood flavors (I only tasted shrimp BTW)

#19 Pan-fried chicken wings stuffed w sticky rice - 2

J's comment > not bad; decent portion of rice and wings; rice was well cooked; flavorful overall but was missing a certain 'je ne sais quoi'

#32 Baked barbeque pork pastry - 2

J's comment > not bad; very flaky pastry; same bbq pork as the one in the bun though, which was good, but not great

#22 Flaky white radish pastry - 2

J's comment > not bad; insanely crisp and flaky pastry that shatters on contact and falls apart w the lightest pressure; very soft radish on the inside

#42 Siu Mai: Steamed pork & shrimp dumpling - 2

J's comment > pork and shrimp were in separate chunks, not blended together; fell apart easily on eating

#79 Fresh papaya pudding - 2

J's comment > pudding was more like just condensed coconut milk; papaya was on the hard side

#89 Sweet chilled yam pudding - 2

J's comment > nothing 'yammy' about this pudding; rather flavorless actually, other than the citrus (kalamansi? yuzu?) on top; very jiggly and stiff gelatin ;D 

#23 Pan-fried radish cake w XO sauce - 2

J's comment > well cooked radish cakes w a bit of crisp on the outside

#136 Chicken feet in dang gui soup - 1

J's comment > never tried dang gui soup before, so was curious; mixed review on this one, I personally thought the soup was incredibly bitter, but my dining partners thought is was fine; one thing for sure though, it definitely had chinese herbal medicine flavors; chicken feet not as soft as expected, needed more time to cook

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