Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Hometown's Signature Boiled Fish
I couldn't quite figure this one out. This was basically just Sichuan water-cooked fish, but it was S$36 (US$24) and listed on a completely different page from the cheaper, standard version. I expected it to be another dish altogether, but it looked like some premium version with higher quality ingredients or something. It was apparently Hometown's signature dish.
It definitely was one of the better ones that we've tasted, with fresh fish and a huge dose of tongue-numbing peppercorns. In fact, it arrived completely covered in dried chili peppers (the photo above was after the lady scooped most of them away). I liked the fragrance of it all, but one of these days someone is going to have to explain to me what the difference was with the standard version that they offer.
Digested at 7:56 PM
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