I've eaten here on and off during visits to Singapore over the years, having first read about it in a guide book as an " authentic" dim sum restaurant.
Which is probably a good description of what it has on offer in terms of food and ambience. That's what I would return here for. It's an authentic, no-frills sort of place, where you can actually see all the dim sum being prepared.
Having said that, perhaps its time for Tak Po to move on, improve staff attitude and ambience , add a little style to the place and expand the menu -- and also ensure that customers get better value for money and don't go away feeling ripped off.
There are other dim sum restaurants nearby who offer some pretty good food too.
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