|Yusheng or Lo Hei|
Yusheng or lo hei which is a traditional Chinese New Year dish. This is because of its name homophone to abundance, prosperity and vigor. It is a raw fish salad which consists of raw fish, salmon and king fish, shredded vegetables and various sauces. This is also a fun and messy dish. Everyone at the table will stand up and toss the shredded fishes, vegetables and sauce together. When we are tossing, we also say all the well wishes for the coming year. The higher we toss the better the year will come. :)
|Yusheng or Lo Hei (after our tossing... what a mess!!)|
Here comes our favourite Singaporean chili crab. This dish we normally will lick the plate before we give the dish back. They have mantou to dip the sauce, which is the best part of it. Of course, we have licked this plate as well!! :p
|Singaporean Chili Crab|
As we have eight of us, we have ordered another crab. We were thinking to get the salty egg crab. Unfortunately, they do not have this one on the day. We then order the butter crab. Their butter crab is dried and it is not saucy. It similar to deep fried but without the oiliness to it. This is very tasty not a bad choice at all. Both crabs are fantastic for day. We have been using our hands and getting really messy for them!
Another fruit and vegetable salad dish which we ordered is Penang rojak. The sauce is very thick and toffee like. It is not too sweet and balance out to the sourly taste of the granny smith apple which they used. It seems like the fried tofu is missing from our dish.
One good thing of the Hainanese chicken is boneless which is good for the lazy people, like me! The chicken is very smooth and tender.
Lastly we have ordered a vegetable dish sambal kangkong. This is the spiciest dish out of all for the day. The sambal is very tasty and it goes well with our nasi goreng.
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