29 Sep '14, 12am

Ah Lim Zichar & Fishhead Steamboat

Ah Lim Zichar & Fishhead Steamboat

Last week, we travelled all the way to a industrial building in the west, to have dinner at Ah Lim Zichar & Fishhead Steamboat. The coffeeshop where this cze char place is located is always bustling during lunch time. During dinner, most of the stalls are closed and this is really the best time to go as you get lots of parking space. The outdoor seating looks inviting and a light breeze is blowing. My favourite here is deep fried 5 spice pork ($10 / $15). Well marinated with crispy exterior and juicy meat, I can’t stop eating it! Making tofu is an labourious process so I really applaud food establishments who take an effort to make their own beancurd. Ah Lim’s Homemade tofu ($12) is made fresh daily and has an exceptionally smooth texture. The fried golden mushroom tasted more like eating fried batter though. Even though I love their five spice pork, the same cannot be sai...

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