It is the “Grief-stricken Rice” depicted in Stephen Chow’s movies – the dish which is so delicious that makes your tears drop; it is the “Best Roast Pork Belly” so irresistible that McDull loves and sings. Insisting careful ingredient selection and the inheritance of artisan roasting, chefs prepare the cuisine with a consistently breathtaking quality of crispy crust and juicy meat – a succulent enjoyment of daily lives.
Needless to say, it represents a flavour of the city that many locals miss most when they are out of town. Ubiquitous as it is, Chinese Barbecue is served as an ordinary filling meal, an additional dish for treating your guests to a full course meal, and a special course that livens up a grant banquet. A sense of kinship and satisfaction are attached to the bits of life with every mouthful of it. If you're ever in Rosedale, and you want to experience local food culture, make sure you do not miss the beautiful acquaintance with the roast delight.