It’s one of the few that stayed open during lockdown and as menus of many of our favorite restaurants were simplified to adapt to the sudden drop in demand came some great value deals like these ones.
The problem with yum cha items is being delivered is they will get cold and basically need to be eaten straight off the steamer, so this is something you’ll need to get use to and accept since it’s all about the convenience and knowledge that it was a good quality product before it got to your doorstep. That’s what your steamer at home or if you really want to, your microwave – is for…
If you’re going to choose to live off the natural deterioration that is inevitable, you’re better off going with the Siu Mai instead of the xiao long bao as that toughening of wrapping is less noticeable, however both still hit the spot by takeaway standards.
The Peking Duck manages to retain a satisfactory crispiness to its skin, more so the combination chow mein which requires assembly on arrival. Heat is retained because of the way its been packed and it’s an enjoyable dish.
A quick scan of the apps at that hour in the CBD rarely has asian options available at this hour, often dominated by kebabs, pizzeria and some indian restaurants in neighbouring areas.
As long as your expectations aren’t tainted by those in-dining feelings you cherish, this is a nice alternative to the late night binge.
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