|Eel claypot rice|
|Chicken and mushroom rice|
Sorry the above is all tossed up, I was too busy eating to remember to take photos - this was good - fresh, slippery bits of chicken (maybe too "bitty" for some, especially if you don't like bones).
The opening pic is of a "white" eel claypot rice. The sweetest, fattiest eel I've had in a long time that isn't just all suicidal hair-like bones and no meat. And not just any meat, I meant it when I said it was sweet. Pretty sure it's seasonal, but if they tell you this is available, have it. Don't think, just start plucking bones.
|Beef brisket and turnip in a clear soup|
|Oysters with ginger and spring onion|
|Waxed (preserved) duck and liver sausage (yun cheung) on rice|
|White pepper, pigs stomach and preserved mustard greens in soup|
|Cute soup vessel/container thingy|
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