Which are the standout "must-get" dishes at Rhong Tiam? What do they do particularly well? Has the quality remained the same since its move from the old location? I've never dined in the original, so would like to know what to expect. Does it still have 1 Michelin star?
The reviews on Yelp and Menupages seem to be very mixed, even though it gets mostly positive reviews on Chowhound, I wonder why this is... I guess I'll report back soon after tonight's dinner.