This is the epitome of Peranakan Fine Dining IMHO, from the ambience, decor and cutlery. There is a small "museum" that displays a collection of Peranakan antiques, photos and kebayas. So before the food arrives, you are free to browse around the "museum".
Food is served promptly and in the right portions. Some might find the portions too small, but of course if you ordered the "small" serving. We ordered chap chye (good), ayam buah keluak (average to our liking), fried fish with sambal (this is good, fresh and crispy), ngoh hiang (we find it bit oily and expensive), ngo hiang soup (nice but too small portion), and Nonya chap chye (average).
Price : Fine dining price, about $15-20 per dish, dining with about 6 persons can come up to be about $180. A friend of mine dined there at about $250 so be prepared to be a fine diner. There might be a discount for some credit card members. Good to check with them before making payment.
Location : Along East Cost Road. May have difficulty finding parking space so have to park at the old Joo Chiat Police Station car park. Just walk across the road to the restaurant.
Staff : Friendly staffs, accomodating and helpful. We changed tables as the one we were sitting was too huge (more like king size) and the staffs were helpful in that regard. Rice servings are unlimited so you can guess how many times the staff have to some to top up our plates.
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