went with sis & bil to zai shun for lunch about 1130am on 17.9.2017. ^^
carpark was packed as usual. luckily we did not have to wait long & the carpark lot was just at the shop…turnover was quite fast.
there was a queue (about 7pax) & also waiting for tables. sis got a good table for 3 of us after 5mins wait.
as i am having my 14-day vegetarian challenge ending 30.9.2017 with a good friend DP, i ordered for 2pax.
zai shun is famous for steam fish of course. but i not interested in steam fish as honestly, i can steam very nice red garoupa from chinatown etc at home & so easy to do i don’t really feel there is much difference la…
the 2 dishes here that are must order for me is the sharks cartilage & the salted egg bittergourd.
the steamed sharks cartilage in taujeon lime sauce is an outstanding dish here..the gelatinous sharks cartilage just fantastic & the sauce was perfect. i had taken this 2 times before though i not eating it today.
the salted egg bittergourd here literally has no peers la!
still it was not quite…
i took just a little, so it was a huge serving for 2pax but it was their standard size whatever pax.
i hardly ever take 金针…
this stir-fried lily stem dish quite unique really.
the lily stems have a special flavour, and overall it was a nice dish.
it’s not a must order dish for me.
other than cooked dishes, zai shun has like 8 cooked dishes mostly vegetables which they can serve on plates for varying sizes of order rightaway. a few like this lily stems are hot dishes (heated) so we ordered this today.
2pax lunch (good for 3pax) was like S$56. i think maybe sharks cartilage was S$40, salted egg bittergourd S$10 or S$12, and 金针 S$3 or S$5, and S$1 for 2 rice/porridge.
sis & bil enjoyed the lunch tremendously!
Zai Shun 载顺 Zi Char
253 Jurong East Street 24, #01-205, Singapore 600253
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