The ambience is quite normal and nothing much which is outstanding to feature. The spacing between tables are quite small and you may need to squeeze in between them. You have to write your order onto a piece of paper and make payment first.
We ordered one plate of Fried Kway Teow ($9.55), one bowl of Laksa ($7.95), one plate of Rojak ($5.95) and a glass of sour-sop juice ($4.95). They will serve you a basket of snacks and it is not free ($2.00). If you don't want the snacks, please decline it.
|Fried Kway Teow|
|Only 3 cockles|
Overall, the food is 2.5 out of 5 and definitely not value for money for the food we ordered. And the bill is: