Nasi Kerabu is one of the daily promotional menu here. Everything was rather alright, except the condiments weren't as good as I thought it should be. The chillies was good to go with the rice and I think it was almost the highlight. The rice texture can be improved.
Bibimbap is quite sour, because of the kimchi sauce that they use that is quite thick and they use a lot of it. The vegetables are mostly very crunchy. Overall I could just taste mostly the kimchi sauce and couldn't enjoy the other flavours of the vegetables.
Chicken wings here are a real good comfort food to go with beer and a few dozen rounds of pool. The skin is crispy-charred and sweet, and the meat is super juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender. I can easily wallop a couple dozen of these in a night if I don't watch myself.
Siew mai here is very simple. Very, very unexciting and unmemorable to say the least. It springy and bouncy, but tastes very little like shrimp or pork, but just a lot of flour. Price is quite cheap at least, but it requires a lot of Kampung Koh chilli sauce to salvage.