Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Xie Feng Bao # An Authentic Chinese Food At It's Best


 Located in the central area of Singapore, Xie Feng Bao is a newly established, authentic Chinese restaurant that has its roots planted back at Hang Zhou. Not wanting to tarnish its reputation, the quality and variety of dishes served at this restaurant is controlled by the owner’s father-in-law. He ensures that the chefs here master the skill of preparing the dishes and hopes that their guests have the same experience as their counterparts in Hang Zhou. Be spoiled for choices as this restaurant offers a wide array of dishes that will satisfy the taste buds of foodies who know how to appreciate good quality food.

One of their many featured dishes that I tried was their Bullfrog Porridge, which is cooked in broth that will arouse the appetite of even a sick patient. This dish could go wrong in many ways, and it is the conscientious effort undertaken by the chef that ensures it turns out well. The duration of cooking he says. The need to stir-fry the ingredients beforehand he says. The list just never ends, and we see why it is so easy to go wrong with this dish. All their dishes are prepared with only the best quality of ingredients, as it remains their top priority to make every dining experience a memorable one for their guests. They also offer other hot favourites to cater to the local tastebuds, such as Chilli Crab, Black Pepper Crab and Fish Fillet served in hot chilli oil. From hot and spicy to sweet and fragrant, there is definitely a dish here that suits your taste buds.
Xie Feng Bao is a family-oriented restaurant that is ideal for gatherings, casual dining or even corporate events. If you are looking for some good quality Chinese cuisine, then this is the place for you. It will not only impress your taste buds, but also surpasses your expectations in terms of ambience and service quality. I am strongly satisfied with their quality of food and service and will definitely be back to try the other dishes Xie Feng Bao has to offer.

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