However, if you're not a fan of fish food stuff, the most basic Nasi Lemak and Malaysian-styled rendang would be a good choice for you. Look at the prices, I personally think that it's quite reasonable and worth the money.
This is, impressively good with the crunchy fish noodles! Instead of frying kuey teow like any other hawker stall, the chef uses fish noodle and rolls of chee cheong fun to provide a blend of chewy yet soft combination. Such creative dish is highly recommended in this restaurant! However, it is a tad salty for me.
It tastes fine for me as you can see the generous amount of red beans used to prepare this dessert. However, it's a little too coarse and lacking of the chewy transparent sago. Lacking of sweetness too.
Date of Visit: Feb 18, 2012
Value for Money2
Keep it up!