We usually only get cakes and occasional pastries from this place but didn’t want to travel too far for dim sum, and wanted to try somewhere other than Bamboo Village, which is why we ended up here. The dim sum in Seattle can be all considered to be averagely good or averagely bad, depending on where you’re coming from :P After moving back to Singapore we are spoilt for choice and quality.
Furong eggs – I still don’t quite understand what they are or what they bring to the table. Have never seen anything like this in Asia – an omelette covering a pile of chop suey (or mixed into the omelette), itself doused in a goopy brown gravy. Furong eggs here are vastly different, come with no gravy, but lots of wok hei. These were skippable but Z liked them.
Overall, I think Bamboo Village is still the better restaurant. It has more dim sum options and possibly friendlier prices. But the place is dingier and feels grimier whereas Regent is a slightly more upscale location with updated decor.
To see some of Regent’s asian style cakes (which are not bad), see here.