Shark Fin House @ Imbi

February 5, 2010

Formerly Yu Jia Village, this might be the least impressive-looking of the Oriental chain's restaurants, but the food here is still satisfyingly tasty.

Hokkien Mee. A bit lacking in wok hei, but it made up for that with an astounding amount of crunchy pork lard heaped over the noodles. Sensationally sinful.

Slicing up the Peking duck. A tedious, time-consuming task.

Perfect pancakes, thanks to the duck skin that was deliciously crisp and oily.

Duck meat wrapped in lettuce. An addictive snack.

Fried rice. Not bad, but not especially memorable.

Smoked farm chicken. Succulent flesh, with a nice smoky flavour. Went well with the crisp lettuce in what seemed to be Caesar salad dressing.

Yin yang kailan. Pretty much a safe order these days.

A mix of fresh celery, carrots, asparagus, lotus root, mushrooms & more.

Shark Fin House,