Too bad that the food wasn't very edgy though. Sure, it was edible enough that we cleared it all, but the som tam and tom yum weren't spicy, while that goong ob woon sen wasn't nice and greasy like the Boat Quay dude's place. But at least the prawns were fresh and the food came out at blazingly fast speed.
the prawns were fresh and the food came out at blazingly fast speed.
Have a H.K. Summer Iced Milk Tea (S$3.20) along with your meal. The drink comes as a cup served in a bowl of ice so the drink doesn’t get diluted over time.
Back again to the things worth coming for is their steamed chicken rice.
The prices are a bit on the high side, especially when you consider the ambience, or lack of it. However, the food is of good quality.
I visited District Sushi without huge expectations and true enough, the food is decent value but not memorable.
It’s a place to swing by, for sure, because there’s also a range of sashimi, nigiri sushi, and more donburi to taste.
All in all, District Sushi is a hidden gem we would highly recommend to students studying at the campuses nearby or those who are on a budget. Their value-for-money donburis and nigiri sushi sets are definitely worth a try!
Overall, we would say that Parklane Zha Yun Tun Mee House serves good wanton noodles.
If there was anything Thai Gold Food didn't do well at, it was their iced tea. I'm actually surprised this was lacklustre. These days, it's not so difficult to find a better representative of this beverage as it was some years back.