Double Double Restaurant Revisit


Ben has not been to Double Double Restaurant as the restaurant is always busy. We were out on a weekend for early lunch and he decided to give it a try. We only waited a few minutes for a table.

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Chinese Donut is a must try here. They are freshly deep fried with all the crunchy goodness.

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The above is listed as Sweet Donut/Pancake on the menu if I remember correctly. I only find this type of savoury pancake (“Hum Jim Baeng” in Cantonese) in this restaurant.

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The fillings is made with fermented bean curd, a unique flavour.

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Arkensen wanted the “Jar Leong” in Cantonese, i.e. Chinese Donut wrapped in Rice Roll. The serving is big here.

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Hoisin sauce and Sesame sauce for dipping the Chinese Donut Wrapped in Rice Roll but we find it not necessary as we just drizzle soy sauce on them to enjoy.

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Ben ordered some dishes to go with steamed rice. He ordered the Sweet and Sour Pork because there is a “Soooo Good” remark next to the dish on the menu. The version here has lichee besides pineapples, sweet peppers and onions. Arkensen commented that it is too saucy.

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Ben also ordered the Stir Fried Long Beans which the boys like. The beans are still crunchy and the best parts are the tidbits in it.

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The last dish was Fried Oyster Pancake. The version here is really thin and more to an omelette, unlike the Taiwanese style which is doused with sauce.

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Ben likes the food here.

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