Chefs Gallery, Town Hall
Apologies for the poor quality photos, they were taken from my awesome Samsung Galaxy S2 and I forgot to bring my camera We have two sets of photos in this blog though! So last Friday night, we decide to head to Chefs Gallery to have a small celebration for Mr C. He was offered a work placement vacationer role at the end of the year from one of big four accounting firms And I think he was really happy because he ordered so much food.
The thumbnail photo is a Macau style mini burger with that huge pork fillet in the middle. This dish was rather interesting and I enjoyed it heaps ! The bun was so delicious, did they fry it? I don’t know but it was soft inside. I think I loved the bun more than the meat
This was so probably my favourite dish!!! I loved that chilli and sour taste to it, and it had those little fungus stuff and tofu and prawns which was SO delicious! It becomes more addictive after 2 sips. Kind of reminded me of shark fin soup. Definitely going to make Mr C order it again the next time we visit.
This dish will have to tie with the hot and sour soup because I love vegetables! My mother cooks this on some occasions and I would finish it rather than the meat. Mr C must know how to cook this in order to live with me in the near future
I think Mr C and I are really into our Sichuan food recently, we’ve become so obsessed with this cuisine.These noodles tasted average to me, but the best to Mr C. I think it’s because I’ve had cup noodles that tasted exactly like this, the soup mainly. I promised Mr C I’d buy him the cup noodles next time I see it, so then he’ll understand what I mean. Oh well, I guess the soup at Chefs Gallery is more healthier than the cup noodles.
The cheese and mushroom combo was so perfect. I want more :’( It tasted a bit like Gozleme though but it doesn’t matter because I love mushrooms and cheese which came with a hint of soy sauce or Chinese influence to it.
I would recommend Chefs Gallery simply because its an interesting experience, the name has a meaning! You can view the ‘gallery’ of chefs cooking away and making fresh noodles behind a huge glass panel. The pricing is similar to Din Tai Fung at $10-20 per main and the quality of the food is great, but not amazing. Still worth going to try at least once!