Hainan chicken by the harbor. The chef came from a famous Singapore restaurant.
We all went for the hainan chicken which comes with 3 sauces. I dipped the spicy once and said ” no thanks after.” The ginger sauce wasn’t salty as the usual ones so I used it all up. The soy was sweet and was also acceptable. It’s not the typical hainan sauce I am used to in LA.
Rose tea is automatically given, with a tea charge of course.
Daddie added an appetizer to ensure he would be full.
Grandpa added satay chicken and pork.
This veggie dish was for Aiden, but he had about one.
It’s pricey for hainan chicken, but I guess the atmosphere is something you pay for with the meal. The portion looks small, but we did leave on a full stomache.