This place is always seems busy and at lunchtime you should expect to be asked to share a table. In fact managing people and places to sit is a major occupation for the wait staff.
Inside it's simple, a room upstairs and one downstairs. Everything is basic, with water jugs sitting on the table covered with cling film and polystyrene cups to drink it from.
The menu is extensive. I chose noodles (knife cut) with chicken and shrimp together with a 'Snapple'. Cost, $10.
The noodles were excellent and the plate was more than sufficient for lunch. Service was friendly if sometimes needing some prompting (for example my drink was forgotten).
The diners are a mix of regulars together with tourists. Seating is pretty close together.
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