This was a group lunch which I attended on a Friday.
The good thing about HML is that there is no time limit for the 20% discount and there is no tea charge.
Our group took up two large tables of 12 people per table.
The above were just part of what we had. We had a lot of food and it only came up to $10 per person including tips.
Here is the details of what we had. Steamed Siew Mai were huge.
Superior Steamed Shrimp Dumplings.
Homemade Style Pork Dumplings with Vegetables.
Steamed Shrimp Dumplings with Dry Scallop.
Steamed Chicken Feet in Black Bean Sauce & Chili.
Steamed Spareribs with Garlic Paste & Chili.
Steamed Beef Tendon.
Pan Fried Eggplants Stuffed with Shrimp Paste.
Steamed Rice Rolls with Spinach & Fish Paste.
Steamed Rice Rolls Stuffed with Chinese Donut topped with Shredded Pork Floss.
We also had some fried noodles and rice as fillers. The above is Singapore Style Fried Vermicelli. I find that it was a bit too dry and there was a powdery texture from the curry powder.
Yang Chow Fried Rice.
Buddhist Feast Chow Mien.
For dessert, we wanted the “Lao Sar Bao” as someone at the table said it was good here.
On the menu, it was called Steamed Custard Buns. The filing is not as runny as expected. The filing does have a strong egg flavour.
You can click on the menu to have a larger view.
Overall, the food is quite good but it’s hard to get the attention of servers as they are very busy.