Somehow, we didn't end up with the lu rou fan. It was the mei cai kou rou fan (braised pork belly with mustard greens) that got us instead. While it wasn't too appealing in the department of looks, the taste of it was pretty decent and to my surprise, the sliced pork belly underneath the gooey vegetable stew was actually not bad at all. I meant, it was one of those with fats that would disintegrate in the mouth. The beef bowl with rice was decent, but nothing really special in particular. I'm looking at you, solid egg yolk. Still in search for a good beef bowl that would really, bowl me over.
Moving down the sides, there was a crispy fried pig intestines which was really done with very little seasoning, but left little room for much complains and a very regular deep fried breaded chicken that one could always find in the night market. These were a little better done in comparison to the greasy stuff that normally doesn't appeal to me.
Dessert was also surprisingly quite pleasant as well. It was listed on the menu as a peanut smoothie and I was thinking of a peanut shake of some sort. Turns out that, it was something akin to a frozen version of peanut paste that one could find in Cantonese dessert stores. The bowl of it was covered by peanut butter and then blanketed in finely ground peanuts. I'm pretty sure I'd like to come back for this again in the future.