This place is in the middle of the high street in North Hobart and is a busy restaurant. Its a small cafe type restaurant with several squashed in tables and one chef working in the back kitchen.
However we found the food portions quite small and not value for money. They were also very slow in executing our order as it took forever for our food to arrive on our small table and their claim on their sign outside to be authentic isn't quite true as our char kway teow was nowhere near the standard we have eaten before. Our first and final visit.
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