Posted by Jenny L on Saturday, August 03, 2013 with 1 comment
Happy Family Day! With my cousin in town, and with my knowledge of herlove for crab, it was obvious we had to get our crab on. Although All People is our favourite go to for crab, we decided to dine somewhere in the CBD for convenience sake. Enter Nam Loong Seafood Restaurant.
Mud Crab with Ginger And Spring Onion on a bed of Egg Noodles
Mud Crab with Salted Duck Egg Yolk
Slow-cooked Pork Hock
Although it does not look appetising at all, this is a dish my dad absolutely adores. Meltingly soft pork that was so tender, it cut like butter . Drench said pork hock with accompanying sauce in a bowl of hot steaming rice and dad was all smiles.
Sautéed Snow Pea Shoots with Galric
An uncomplicated yet flavoursome dish of sautéed tender and crisp snow pea shoots with garlic. This has to be my all-time favorite green vegetable stir-fry dish and which I could have easily polished off by myself. But of course we shared - sharing is caring.
Black Pepper Beef
A simple dish of succulent pieces of beef coated in an amazingly thick black pepper glaze that rested peacefully on a fresh lettuce cup. Pair this with bites of crunch, sweet snow peas and we're good to go.
Five Star Spice Chicken Spare Ribs
Five star spice chiken spare ribs - also known as the oriental edition of KFC. Deliciously greasy deep fried chicken spare ribs tossed in moreish spice combination of five star salt, onion, garlic, chilli and spring onion. A fail-safe dish.
By the end of the night, everyone was stuffed. But, somehow we still managed to havt room for complementary red bean soup dessert. Nam Loong is the epitome of a Chinese restaurant - simple yet tasty dishes that are predicatbale and reliable. We stick to what we know and what we love here to the point that the menu becomes obsolete.
Nam Loong Seafood Restaurant