Old school style of coffee shop, which is similar to Malaysia. Food is nice and old fashion, nothing fancy but taste is just nice. For that location price is considered reasonable. Can see mainly old people coming in to eat, as I think the coffee shop environment bring back the old memory, which cannot be replicate else where.
Chicken rice was good, tried the veggie but totally not my thing. Ordered a plate of pork chop as well. Way too old school with the tomato sauce and peas, probably what my parents would have enjoyed in their earlier days.
Nice. The Hainanese Pork Chop is my favourite, served with rice and soup. Gravy is a tomato sauce with green peas , corn and carrots. Onions too.
Found this place by chance while looking for a quick dinner with family. The food was good and portion was generous considering the price point. Returned last week for the chicken rice which was not disappointing. Will come back for more soon.
“Best in town” fish head ($28) doesn’t live up to expectations. Fish was over cooked. Curry was just alright.
We ordered a small portion ($6) chicken and was served the breast meat. We expected more, given the good reviews, but nope it was tough and dry.
Overall service was good, and food was edible. Nothing too special.