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Wah Lok Carlton Hotel Review

Wah Lok
January has always been a bittersweet month for us. For one, we leave the good old holidays behind and embark upon a new school year. But, on the other hand, we always kick off the new year with a celebration- Grandpa's birthday!
Wah Lok
This is also one of the few times we get to visit a Chinese restaurant for celebration. So this year, we decided that our choice would be Wah Lok at Carlton Hotel.
Wah Lok has an impressive hole in the wall for its entrance. Futuristic and arty, the entrance hall is both imposing and intriguing. As such, it did invoke high expectations for the dinner we booked.

Special seafood set
We opted for the seafood set ($208 ++ for 4) for dinner. However, we did make a small change, opting for Crispy chicken instead of barbecue Pork and Soya Chicken.
Century egg
As an appetizer, we had the century egg to start the course.
Boiled daily soup
The course started with boiled daily soup with Chicken and pork ribs.
Fried prawn
The 'Seafood' element came from fried prawns and steamed Garoupa.
Steamed Garoupa
The crispy Chicken, spinach, and braised Ee fu Mee made up for the rest of the course.
Crispy Chicken
Frankly, the last 2 dishes were a disappointment. The dishes could have been more varied and impressive.

Ee Mee
The meal ended with mango with sago dessert.
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At almost $60 per head, this meal is a tad expensive compared to the quality of the food served. Nonetheless, the ambience is what attracted families to it. We had witnessed at least 3 birthday celebrations that evening.

Wah Lock is more popularly known for its Dim Sum rather than dinner; perhaps the next visit would be for Dim Sum instead.

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