Tried the lunch special of 2 pieces of fried chicken, prawn noodle soup and tea which was very good value indeed for $16. The chicken was moist, tasty and quite substantial for a side dish. The prawn noodle soup was as good as any Malaysian eatery I've been to. The tea included is made with condensed milk as Malaysians and Singaporeans like it but my Aussie friends turn their noses up at it. I was impressed with it and can't wait to try other dishes.
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