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Taste of China is an old-school Chinese restaurant that has resisted the passage of time. Climbing up from CP’s outer circle into its cavernous floor is like winding back the clock a few decades. There has not been mutch efforts to refit the interiors, so everything from its liveried wait staff and off-white walls, to the fading chinaware, have a tinge of sepia. I started off with an expertly wok-fried 'Smoked Lamb in Sesame Seeds'. The 'Lamb Morsels' were tender on the inside and crisp on the outside and had a hint of smokey flavor with the sesame garnish. The 'Mixed Fried Rice' was too lightly seasoned to eat by itself but worked well as an accompaniment. My most memorable dish at Taste of China was the 'Kong Fu Pan Fried Noodles', a heap of thin ramen-style noodles pan-fried to crisp at the bottom and topped with a comforting light-soy and pepper based sauce with tender prawns and oyster mushrooms. There is plenty of other options from large communal tables to intimate tables for 4.