went to full of luck club by li bai @ hollandv for 4pax family dimsum lunch on 21.8.2016. ^^
we thought it might be expensive, but maybe worth trying with the li bai brandname. 🙂
turned out that the food was really quite good & not overly ex..i think every dish was good, but of course i liked some more than others.
the xo carrot cake was my daughter’s favourite. for me, it was like any good dimsum restaurant, competent but nothing notable, and really i preferred the market/hawker carrot cake la…more fragrant & flavourful!
the pao was like a thing to highlight about this place.
we had the salted egg prawns & kongbak (braised belly pork). both were good, and the bun was good too. but wife & i have low carb preference, so not on our preferred list. 🙂
children wanted to order the crispy duck 香酥鸭.
crispy duck 香酥鸭 not my favourite dish. i prefer the hong kong roast duck.
anyway it was their signature dish & the children wanted to try.
turned out that this was one of the best dishes.
it’s a bit like duck confit. skin was crispy & the meat was very flavourful & still somewhat moist not like the dry ones at red house.
i took one wrap with the cucumber & scallions & sauce, and a bit of the duck.
the mango prawns roll was competent actually but relative to be other dishes was like a passable item.
the har fun cheong prawn roll was very good though. the best! the sauce was excellent & it also came with the poached kai lan.
the spicy yongtaufu was wife’s & daughter’s favourite.
for me this was just as good, different & in fact more distinctive. i can do the kok sen’s sauce too, but this one here was battered, & it had very light batter like tempura.
but yongtaufu is not quite among my favourites… haha!
i like the claypot rice!
rice looked plain but was very flavourful. so my preferred dishes were the claypot rice, fun cheong & the crispy duck.
the price for 4pax lunch was S$113. not too bad actually.
Mon – Thu: 11:00 – 23:00
Fri – Sat: 11:00 – 01:00
Sun: 11:00 – 23:00