we arranged to visit a primary school classmate & 7 of us decided to have lunch at ye shanghai on 7.4.2016. 🙂
we were early at 11.15am so there were only few people queueing.
never thought i would say this of ye shanghai as every meal i had here were good previously, but it was not so good today.
a few people wanted lor arh, braised duck. i have not tried here before, so quite happy to try it.
unfortunately though it was quite expensive (duck are more expensive items so not that it was especially expensive here!), and really not nice, too salty & not “pang” ie flavourful…
i list the food in accordance with my personal preference.
i wanted pig skin. somehow they did not have today. my friend who blanjah lunch (treated us) ordered the kong bak. always liked it here, but it was also not really special…
the minced pork balls were not bad, though i personally prefer the 咸鱼饼minced pork with salted fish.
the chicken tonkatsu (haha!) was ok, but then it’s chicken dish not what i normally order for teochew muay, meat was dry not moist & tender so maybe below par even as chicken cutlet kind of dish.
cabbage always good here.
never taken peanuts here. it was ok.
& the expensive 1/2 duck. 2 friends who had wanted the duck also said it’s too salty.
in fact i ended up eating more duck i think. but as i said, not “pang” also ie flavourful…
this dish though i cannot understand. it’s actually a disaster, quite bad!
firstly the minced pork texture & flavour did not go well at all with the haebeehiam, dry PLUS dry texture.
i not sure how much the 1/2 duck cost, estimate say S$19, plus 6 other dishes, i estimate around S$50 for 7pax.
well, work most times, but not as well once in a while. 🙂
will still come back…the only take away i have is not to order duck so can order another few nice dishes at same total cost.
Ye Shanghai Teochew Porridge (夜上海潮洲粥)