Samsui Ginger Chicken
A traditional Samsui dish consumed by the Samsui women in Chinatown. Due to their low income, the Samsui Ginger Chicken was only consumed once a year, during the Chinese New Year. Chicken was steamed without much seasoning after which, dipped in ginger sauce before consumption. The ginger sauce is a fragrant and tasty compliment to the chicken. Ginger and sesame oil, as believed by the Chinese, removes excess wind from the body. You may wrap the chicken in lettuce to achieve that crunch when you bite into the popular Samsui Ginger Chicken.
Ah Kon Fan Shu Leaves
Sweet potato leaves fried with black sauce was Ah Por's (Grandma) favourite. So we called it, Ah Por Fan Shu Leaves. Ah Kon (Grandpa) loves sweet potato leaves too. He prefers them with an oomph! So, there we have it, Ah Kon Fan Shu Leaves fried with lots of home made sambal chilli!
Double-Boiled Whole Coconut with Black Chicken Soup
Coconut contains antioxidants and electrolytes. Together with the essences of the black chicken, this Nanyang speciality dish promotes radiant skin as well as has antioxidant properties.
Hometown Fried Fish Belly
While the best part of a fish is its belly, the crispy bone of the belly fin is really the best of the best.
Steamed Hand chopped Minced Pork with Salted Fish
Painstakingly "hand chopped" and we are only able to prepare 30 servings a day.
The egg gravy is made with only 3 simple ingredients: egg, tomato & chilli sauce, yet it is so robust & tasty, because only the freshest prawns are used.
This simple dish is prepared with fresh handmade tofu and it brings back a taste of the simple life of the old Chinatown.
Teochew Olive Rice
Teochew preserved black olives mixes with plain rice. Black olive is known to stimulate appetite and aids in the process of slimming.
Double-boiled Waisan & Ginseng Roots with Chicken Soup
Ideal for those who are fatigued. Also helps to relieve stress.
Double Boiled Dried Scallop with Black Chicken Soup
Invigorates blood circulation & relieves stress.