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252 North Bridge Road,
#B1-76
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6333-5580
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Proudly Singaporean, Opening Hours: 11:30am - 10pm Iresistible home cooked signature dishes such as Nasi Bukhari, Beef Rendang, Laksa, Char Kway Teow

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  1. thinkefy
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     21 Aug 2014 at 12:31 pm
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    The food was yummy, portion was good perhaps our appetite has reduced but 4 dishes including one nasi lemak and one char kway teow is good for 2 with left overs... I guess it had been enough to feed 3.

    Services was overly friendly and well seats were ample and spaced pretty okay. Overall cleanliness was good and staff was okay attentive but overly pushy when it comes to purchasing their privilege card. Can you imagine they actually approached us to sign up for their card even before we ordered our food and well the card can only be used for the next visit, does it mean i order a drink, sign up, pay, walk out and walk back in then I can use my card for its pre-determined value and offers? This is almost a failed promotion tactic for their membership card.

    The food was great and steaming hot when it arrived... 1) Penang Fried Kway Teow - though not as good as the real thing, it tasted yummy but unlike the normal see hum char kway teow, this one is of a much healthier mix of ingredients with prawns even. Not too oily and off the right mix of spices and sweet sauce.

    2) Nasi Lemak - this was outstanding, matter of fact they are having a promo and portion was super good with my favourite curry chicken and ACHAR which tasted woooolahlah.... this is my favourite dish so far...

    3) 4 Heavenly kings - which is a mixture of various veg stirred fried with sambal... Have my favourite stinky beans which is super detoxing and healthy. Nice light dish that is not too spicy and healthy.

    4) Hay Chor - Traditional Prawn Beancurd skin wraps is one of my Granny's handy makes. This one is the tiny version which i find easier to eat and tasted more crispy then my granny's. Dip in a little of that plum sauce and the taste changes immediately to one that is tangy and salty at the same time. The sourish sweetish plum sauce brings out the flavors and the spices exceptionally well. Its really a pretty yummy dish.

    The overall experience was:

    Cleanliness: 4/5 | Service: 2.5/5 | Food Quality: 3.5/5 | Yumminess: 3.5/5 | Price; 3/5 |

    Will i return? Likely Yes

    Will i bring my friends? Likely Yes

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    Comments on this review:
    1. Muffy
      Muffy said:
      Wah...really worth giving this place a try too...
      29 Aug 2014 at 11:07 am
    2. thinkefy
      thinkefy said:
      yup.. the food is delicious.. just ignore the staff going around tables to sell their membership :)
      13 Oct 2014 at 1:41 pm
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