This herbal soup of black chicken, strands of shark fin, dried fish maw, and something else wrapped in, I think thick rice paper. There was a portion of a root in the soup. The Chinese are suckers for roots; anything that resembles a phallus is good for health: ginseng root, lotus root, rhubarb, salvia, tang-kuei. Black chicken is also much sought after by Chinese for its "health" properties. The soup was really fragrant.
Meat balls (probably, a combination of shrimp and pork and chopped water chestnuts topped with fish eggs) with vege and egg white gravy. If you prefer all things steamed, this would be a healthy delicious dish.
Shark head steamed in light soy sauce and shredded ginger. This the most costly dish. We had a much, much smaller head two years ago for RM 150.00. I don't know whether it is blubber we were eating or the elastic cartilage of the shark head.
This is what it looks like in a close-up shot. What did it taste like? It was like chewing on a piece of soft fat, gummy and slightly rubbery. I gave another portion to my friend who obviously snapped it up with relish. I heard him commenting that it would strengthen our joints.