It is actually situated right in the front of the Orange Tee building and is very visible from the front. Internally, it is quite cosy and has a nice decor.
The food served here is a mixture of classic dim sum and zhe char dishes and is a good alternative for those who are tired of the usual soup restaurants and Crystal Jades.
We have had cereal prawns and tofu before, but this was still a first for me. Strips of mushrooms deep fried with the now familiar cereal coating and while the mushrooms themselves were rather unremarkable, the cereal flavoring was quite unique in itself.
|Deep Fried Shrimp Rolls|
The deep fried shrimp rolls were nicely plated and were what you would expect from most dim sum places. The shrimp meat was quite generous though, and yet it did not stand out otherwise.
|Coffee Pork Ribs|
The coffee pork ribs was quite good though. Not overly sweet and just enough coffee aroma to bring out the flavors of the pork, which was quite well cooked. Wished it was slightly more tender though to let the meat fall easily off the bone.
|Stir Fried Mee Sua|
The standout for me was this stir fried mee sua dish, which was quite well done and had a nice balance of flavors, with the mee sua, the pork slices, carrots and bean sprouts all coming very well together to give a delightful taste.
As a dim sum place, Flavvors might not really stand out from the crowd, but the food is of a certain calibre and for the nice surroundings, the prices are quite fair indeed. I do feel that they need to work a bit harder on the quality to improve on the zhe char selections to really compete with the rest.
430 Toa Payoh Lorong 6
Orange Tee Building #01-01