Saw the promotional poster on the Vegetarian Fish & chips & decided to give it a new try under the new chef. Greatly pleased with the dish! The 2 slices of vegetarian fish & chips though did not look very pleasing tasted quite good. Of course, no fishy taste (just ignore the name & treat it as western food without attachment to its name) & I love its exterior breaded texture.
And a surprise in its side dishes, the salad that came with it is a great complement. Generous portion of tomatoes, cucumber and fresh pineapple (unique idea to add in & refreshing in taste) cubes and with their generous portion of salad cream & chilli sauce to go with, one feel so pampered.
If the baked bean served was served lukewarm rather than cold, it would be even more superb. I think it is really value for money at $5.:-)
Also a new item on its menu is Vegetarian Shark's Fin at $6. I decided to try this premium dish often found only in restaurants and see how this foodcourt version fare.
Well, its main ingredients used were shreds of beancurb skin and taupok & black fungus. The shreds were abit too hugh in my opinion. There were also traces of the mock shark's fin, very much like those glass noodles but in similar shapes like shark's fin. Vinegar was pre-added as I ordered for take-away & the starch added was not as thick so it tasted to me more like the Sichuan Sour and Spicy soup which is also a delicacy soup that I liked. Overall taste reasonable and a nice soup to share with family & friends.
It is located at Food Junction at Great World City Basement 1, corner stall besides Mr Prata.