A time-honoured name, Do It True, is said to have learned the trick of its trade from an Imperial chef from China’s Qing Dynasty. The restaurant offers northern style Chinese cuisine, with their famous “Red Dates and White Fungus Soup” said to be one of Empress Dowager Qi-Shi’s favourite desserts. Other popular dishes include Liu Gan Jien, which is made out of pork liver, Kuai-zhi Chicken, Meat Sauce with Baked Buns, and Da-Lien Huo Shao, a kind of grilled Chinese pot-stickers. A lot of famous customers have visited throughout the years, including former U.S. President George H.W. Bush.
“An old restaurant in the heart of the city, packed with flavour and suitable for all occasions. You’re even allowed to bring your own Kinmen Kaoliang Liquor to drink with your meal. It’s definitely a place where you get to savour Chinese cuisine like no other.”