Keelung is along the quieter Lisle Street
The Keelung Siu Loung Bao (see: how to eat a Xiao Long Bao) - 8pc for £5.50 tasted rather decent. Though I couldn't really taste the difference that one would expect with 'Keelung' attached to its name, it was nevertheless one of the more palatable ones.
I ordered Tainan Grounded Pork Rice Bowl - £3.80 purely to fill up my stomach as I didn't think that the oysters and dumplings would suffice (I was wrong). A simple workman dish with some minced pork sprinkled on a bowl of plain rice topped with two slices of pickes. Would probably not order this again if I were to return.
The surprise winner of the meal came in the form of dessert. Although we were rather stuffed, we had to try out the Warmed Taro and Red Bean Paste - £3. Lightly crisped on the outside, soft on the inside, the two layers - red bean paste encompassed by a thin layer of taro were exposed once you slice it open. Few Chinese restaurants do their desserts well and in my opinion, this is a must order at Keelung.