Mister Wu at Pickering Street is Chinese restaurant bar that gives beloved Chinese dishes a modern touch to them, including a selection of rice and noodle dishes, sides; even the teas are given some finesse to stand out from simply being traditional!
I rarely frequent Chinese restaurants or eateries so the Drunk Chick ($3) was pretty foreign to me, though I was told it's not uncommon to find drunken chicken in such places.
Wasn't a fan unfortunately, but I would say it's more of a preferential dislike for me; while the chicken is pretty tender and the skin gelatinous and smooth, I did not fancy the taste of rosewater and hints of alcohol coming together, and was rather confused of the flavours hitting my tastebuds.
The Ping Pong Wanton ($3, not pictured), on the other hand, I did like. It looks pretty regular in appearance but was crisp and firm - yet easy on the teeth - with a seemingly small amount of juicy meat filling that somehow doesn't hold back in savouriness. 😋
During lunch time, @misterwutea has a set lunch promo where you get a drink and side of your choice for just $4! Pretty good deal if you ask me. 😊
The signature Chao Chao Gyoza ($4.90 for 8 pieces, $7.90 for 16 pieces) only found at a quaint eatery of the same name, is unlike your typical one-bite treat. These handmade gyozas use less oil and are hand-wrapped with the homemade gyoza skin. The minced pork is fragrant and flavourful, especially with the complementary homemade dipping sauce! ~ @milktea.princess
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