To add some fibre to our meal, we ordered stir-fried dou miao (without garlic), which was nicely fried to a neither too hard nor too soft texture. The base/gravy used to stir fry the vegetable was also fragrant but did not overpower the freshness of the vegetables. The serving was generous and definitely took many spoonfuls for 2 pax to finish. It was however a little oily for our liking.

As for the side dish, we also ordered an oriental salad that came with a vinegar dressing, as well as some chili oil to give the crunchy vegetables (mainly bean sprouts and kelp), glass noodles and thinly sliced tofu strips some hint of spice. A really refreshing side dish to nimble on as you wait for the main dishes to arrive at your table.

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