Thursday, February 25, 2021

Revisiting Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃)

Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃), guo tie

It's been years since we were last here at Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃). We're glad to find out that their 锅贴 were still delicious and of a standard above many.

Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃), rosemary cheese guo tie

They've introduced cheese and rosemary 锅贴 into the menu. These were actually quite nice. One can definitely taste both the ingredients in the pot stickers which didn't overshadow the stuffings. I'll put these under the same class as their regular 锅贴.

Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃), bean sprouts minced meat sauce

I remember liking their blanched bean sprouts in minced meat sauce. While I'm sure the taste hasn't changed, they didn't seem to be as good anymore. It's me, not them

Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃), fried rice

They have an edible fried rice. Not something they're good or even decent at. While the they have ingredients like lup cheong/or was it bak kwa and edamame which many fried rice don't, the flavour was unimpressively bland. Didn't even look forward to finishing it.

Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃), spicy sour noodles

Tried their spicy and sour noodles which was their soup thrown together with noodles. It's neither very spicy nor sour until one has zhng-ed it up with extra chilli oil, vinegar and pepper. Then the soup becomes delicious. Not a fan of their soft noodles.

Jing Hua Xiao Chi (京华小吃), Neil Road

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