Hong Sheng Seafood
Hong Sheng was far from empty when we arrived and the food took 20 mins to arrive. Still it took us away from the crowds and offered a really nice change.
Its serves mean black peppper and chilli crab dishes with just the right kick from the spices though my mom did find the crab a tad soft (I happen to like it that way). Its mussel with sambal (hot chilli paste) was deliciously spicy and tender (You have to love mussels to know what I am talking about).
Other tasty treats: sweet and sour pork, pig’s tail stew (according to father and brother); fish maw soup; and steamed cod. I found the fried chicken and stewed duck dishes ordinary.