Restaurant, non aircon, situated in a row of old shophouse, with a police station occupying corner lot. Restaurant operates every evenings. Also for lunch over the weekends. Closes every 3rd Monday of each month. Very clean and cosy environment with dim lightings and lively music. Very friendly owners, husband Malaysian and wife Filipino.
Varieties of menu, including beers. Had deep fried pork leg, fried fish sour soup, pork satay and minced pork spring roll among two of us. Pork skin was crispy and tangy, with juicy and tender meat. Goes well with sambal belacan (spicy prawn paste) and cold beers. Pork satay with big chunk of meat (no peanut sauce). All very yummy. Prices reasonable. Together with 2 small bottles of beer and 1 glass of fruit juice cost us RM86.
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