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Chinese Restaurants F farshafarsha April 16, 2012 373
Over hyped
Overall rating 
 
2.5
Food / Beverage 
 
2.5
Ambience 
 
2.5
Service 
 
3.0
Value 
 
2.5
Overall Score 
 
2.5
Red Star has been around for a really long time. After hearing good reviews about it, my friends and I decided to give it a try. The exterior of the building is rather run down and Red Star looks like the only occupant of the building. The lift from the carpark brought us into the kitchen, which gave all of us a shock. We then slowly made our way to the restaurant. The entire restaurant emits a vintage feel and they function by pushing push carts with dim sum on it. Once you have decided to get the dim sum, the staff will leave a chop on your card which will be used for payment at the end of the meal.

First up, we had the Chee Cheong Fun. The texture of the flour is rough and it is rather dry. Disappointing. Next, we had some fried food which were not bad. Their liu sha bao also known as custard buns was disappointing too. The filling in the bun was too little and it wasn't oozing out like how most liu sha baos should be. The other dim sum dishes were ok, nothing to shout about.

Though the price for lunch that day was not to expensive, we were slightly disappointed with our meal that day.

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