Looks good but looks can be deceiving
It's a small squishy venue and we got set E. The beef noodle soup had one piece of meat (what is this,ramen?) and the missus said it's one level above instant noodles
The chicken rice was the best dish but the little bones was annoying. There was even a broken bone on the plate,what's the point of that?
The shallot pancake was small and didn't have much shallots in it
The lemon ice tea was a little too sweet
The vege dumplings didn't have the same out texture as the meat one which was strange,didn't have much taste
The pork dumpling was up to standard and I would order this again
A bit of Shanghai has landed in Burwood. Like its competitors, Din Tai Fung and Tim Ho Wan, it is a chain store but not on their scale. Recently opened on Deane Street, this smallish restaurants is most known for its pan fried pork buns. On my to do list when in Shanghai, I got to road test this before I get over there. There are a few tables in here and they seemed to be busy with takeaways. Currently only accepting cash, the sign read that eftpos is coming soon. The service was nice and efficient. You can watch the chefs in the window meticulously making the dumplings and buns.
Ordering takeaway, the selection chosen included Pan Fried Pork Buns as well as Combo C which had Steamed Pork Dumplings + Curry Beef Soup Withread more