We ordered the beef brisket in the fried version. It was alright. The pieces were rather tough and chewy. I suspect that it was in part due to the frying. It probably would have been better if we ordered the regular version.
This was really good! The curry was on the sweeter side, and had a very subtle kick. The curry had a lot of depth from the spices and I could really taste the layers. I prefer my curry to be thicker, as this was rather liquidy.
We also got some of their roti. This was badly executed. This wasn't flaky nor crispy. The texture was off and the dough was too tough. The texture was reminiscent of chinese pancakes and not roti, which was disappointing.
I rarely order Sweet & Sour Pork because it's one of those westernized Chinese dishes that I don't particularly fancy haha. However, this was advertised on the front page of their menu and on their billboard outside alongside their Curry and Hainanese Chicken as being one of their "signature" dishes so I got curious.
It was alright. The pork was rather lean, which made the pork a little too tough. They didn't use too much batter, and the sauce was tangy and wasn't too sweet.
We also got two large bowls of complimentary soup, but I didn't get a chance to try it.
We also got complimentary red bean soup as dessert! This was pretty good! The soup wasn't watered down, and there was plenty of red bean. It also wasn't too sweet. Overall, we had a pleasant meal at Mui. I'll definitely be back for their curry!