Got this for $6. Can't resist ordering claypot dishes especially when it's rainy. Soup was nice and herbal, very generous with the ribs and meat. They have other dishes like pig trotter, liver soup, sesame chicken available too. Food comes boiling hot.

They have a smaller menu than their main punggol branch. Pizza was nice and hot, though the base was slightly wetter than expected. Was good, but the mango salsa on smoked duck slightly overpowered the lychee.

Very hot and extremely large portion. Beef is so so, has tenderised taste but horfun has wok hey. Good for 2 pax sharing.

Noodles were nicely done, Tom yum not so spicy. Appreciate that they use herbs like lemongrass and blue ginger root to make the tomyum flavourful.

Ordered ornee (4.20) and sesame paste (3.50). Sesame paste was a little too watery for my liking. Ornee was okay, and sweet.

Unique beef noodles, like the crunch of the peanuts and suancai as a topping. Sauce is flavourful and noodles nicely done. However, the wait to order was 45 mins (only about 6 or 7 people infront of me) on a Saturday 2pm. Food then took another 15 to 20 mins to be ready.

Have had this for years and it doesn't disappoint. Oysters are fresh and plump, egg crispy as always.

Ordered haonianlalamifen, came with a generous 10 lala. Food was piping hot, enjoyed the ginger shreds that were cooked with the noodles. Quiet place to chill on a weekday night. Only accessible by car, parking might be an issue.

Have returned to this restaurant multiple times as the steak is good. Set meal comes with garlic bread, soup of the day, main, slice of butter/pound cake and a choice of coffee or tea. Decor is very old school, service is fantastic and fast. Raw oysters, lamb shank and oxtail stew are good too. Free parking in building.

Frequent customer since more than 10 years ago when they were at other locations. Nice fishballs and pepper is a good topping, but expect a queue during lunch time. Usually closes quite early, probably not open for dinners. $3.50/bowl. Shop also serves laksa and ba chor mee.