Never knew about this carpark rooftop restaurant serving traditional Hokkien cuisine until mum introduced to us. I was very surprised with the crowd considering its location is pretty hidden, although many of the older generation would probably know of its existence.

We had the braised chicken with lotus seed stuffing, a dish that’s off menu, but very skilfully deboned and stuffed with bountiful ingredients such as lotus seeds, roast pork, shiitake mushroom and bamboo shoots. You could tell that it was probably braised for hours based on how easily we could tear the tender chicken meat apart. Personally, it’s not a dish that I preferred due to the powdery texture of the lotus seeds. That being said, it was still a wholesome dish. Do bear in mind to order the dish in advance.