We went here one Sunday evening, finding out the Bo Kong was closed. We're glad we tried it, and would like to return some time.
Initially it wasn't very full but by the time we left, there was a lineup to get in, while the Sechuan place next door was empty. We were the only group of gwai los there. Both of these seemed to be good signs that the place makes tasty authentic food.
The dishes were standard, sometimes with an interesting twist -- for example the spinach thick soup was mildly flavoured with coconut. The flavours were pleasant all around. We weren't familiar with the menu so just ordered blindly and weren't disappointed. As this is a Buddhist restaurant, there's no meat, alcohol, onions or garlic.
The portions seemed a bit small (hard not to compare to the old Bo Kong). Also, several of the serving plates/bowls were chipped.
The decor was pleasing, a nice, warm atmosphere. The staff were friendly enough considering they didn't know us.
As we left we saw people with lots of other dishes which looked interesting, so we'll try this place again. However, we still prefer the Bo Kong (now reopened as a new restaurant.)
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