Finally dropped by the much-raved-about trendy Taiwanese establishment. The Gua Bao ($7.90) was oft mentioned in others' reviews so I had to try it for myself - while not mind-blowing, it was a good rendition of the taiwanese classic with thick cuts of pork belly heaped with preserved veges and peanuts nestled between a soft, sweet bun.

The Prawn Toast ($6 for 2 pcs), while small, had a thick layer of savoury prawn paste. However, the star of the show was the accompanying dip which I initially thought was a standard garlic aioli but actually packed a strong kick of curry leaves (?). Seriously addictive, and I wished I asked what exactly it was.

Finally, tried the Golden Chicken Mee Sua ($13.90) which was hearty and comforting, with an aromatic touch from the sesame oil and shaoxing wine.

Came by at about 11.45am on Sunday and there were just tables filled. 15min later the whole place was packed with a short line outside. My only complaint would be that the tables are a little bit packed too close together which doesn't make for a good date ambience.