We went here by coincidence as the restaurant for breakfast we originally planned was closed. Many locals (especially elders) was dining and chating here. The son of the owner is so nice to introduce all the foods available, as well as the history of the restaurant (since 1896). The tea and coffee are better than Fook Yuen. The beef bun and BBQ pork bun are soft and tasty. Unfortunately, we didn't try its satay (not available at breakfast time). Good place to experience local life. Will come back to try other food next time.
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