Last year, we had a good birthday dinner in Sesame in G Hotel. This year, we thought of something simple and decided to try on Star View which had moved from Burmah Road to New World Park some time early October.
Before the decision, I got to know from What2See’s post that Star View will be shifting and with the help from Lingzie whom provided the contact and also had done a review, we decided to give it a try.
Perhaps I was over expecting some delicious turnout from Star View, ended up I was a bit disappointed.
Anyway, Star View is famous for their fish steamboat and other dishes too. During wedding peak month, this place is always full. Some got to make arrangement a year ago.
For a start, we had this Four Season, which comprises of
1. Spring Roll skin that wraps with duck egg yolk, fish paste and chives.
2. Fish balls with crab meat sauce & egg.
3. Black pepper stripe pork meat.
4. Butter prawns with curry leafs.
5. Chinese version of potatoes salad
2nd dish that came along was Almond Crispy Chicken. This is the disappointing one, as we thought the chicken meat will be intact unfortunately it was removed and what beneath the skin is fish paste.
3rd dish is my favourite, vegetables. A simple stir fry vegetables.
4th dish is Birthday Noodle. They called it 海鮮煎生麵. It was a bit soggy for my liking.
5th dish is Steam Fish. The fish was nice and fresh. And this is the best among the 5 dishes that they have recommended in fact. But I was wondering why not the Birthday Noodle come last instead of second. Right?
Anyway, overall the taste still the same, probably that night they have a wedding reception on the other hall thus the standard was slightly affected. Or probably short handed on the kitchen side, that causes such situation.
Lingzie (New World Park)
What2See (Burmah Road)
vKeong (Prai Branch)
Hojiak (Burmah Road)
Address & Contact Number
102-B-1 - 102-B-4 New World Park
No.102 Burmah Road
Tel: +604-226 6544, 226, 5213, 227 4507
11.30am – 2.30pm
6.00pm – 10.00pm