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Ordered a half curry fish head among other dishes. Bill came out 100RM for the small pot of half curry fish head. To our surprise, we checked with the staff as normal pot would cost around 30-40RM like the famous store jin long curry fish head. Was told that the fish given is red snapper as the normal fish to make curry fish head was sold out. We were not informed and the dish was served. When confronted, the staff wasnโ€™t able to explain. No apologies and behave as if itโ€™s the norm. Many friends of us actually experienced the same dishonesty after our sharing. We would definitely not recommend this place. ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿป

Quite a nice hangout for burgers. We sat outside in the cool of the evening and shared burgers, fries and satays. Live music from baskers was a good addition. The burger was very delicious and juicy! The nutty choc drink was refreshing.

There are definitely some unusual items. Malaysians are just more extreme. Quite dirty too. But overall quite shiok lah. Lok lok is such a guilty pleasure.

For Rm12 you get a juicy and loaded with sauce and cheese sirloin steak burger, what a deal.

This store has a bunch of burger as well, like fried chicken etc

There's nothing much to say, it's a halal lok lok place. Just pick your poison, be it duck, chicken, crab sticks, mushrooms, vegetables, fish, whatever it is, it's 80 cents a stick, it's gonna get deep-fried in light batter and it's gonna get bathed in a spicy powder that tastes like paprika and chilli. After that pick your sauce, they have BBQ, green chilli, Thai chilli, mayonnaise, cheese, and ketchup. As for drinks, there's not much to choose from, but I'd say pick whatever is on promo when you're there, they're roughly the same anyway.

My only concern is that it's very oily, I mean like the United States wants to invade your plate levels of oily.


Like next door, the lok lok here is grilled, not deep-fried. We ordered the usual suspects, plus parson's nose. It was not the best I've tasted. They were big, but had a strange texture.

A must-order since it's expensive and rare in Singapore. As expected, the skin was crispy and the meat was tender.

The signature dish like Kimdo, but I totally didn't get it. It's really just mee tai mak like we know it in Singapore.

I didn't like Kimdo next door and when they told me they have the same boss, I was worried. Indeed, this dish was like Kimdo's, where the sauce was okay but the crustacean was a little off.