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They specialise in fried spaghetti served with your choice of protein. The first time I've eaten this fried spaghetti was at the old SS2 Chow Yang hawker centre many many years ago. The next was a food truck called 'Spag Me' which brought back the nostalgia. Now I'm trying out this store to see if their dish is the real deal. Upon tasting it, my tastebuds are awakened by the fresh wokhei and garlic flavour. The spaghetti was perfectly al dente too. The chicken ham slice, sausage and interestingly shaped boiled egg added much needed protein to the dish and made me feel nostalgia again. There were french beans and carrot sticks for a better nutrient profile and some colour to make the dish pop. And it was made complete with the delicious black pepper sauce, of which there was plenty to drizzle and slather the spaghetti and meat products in. The drink(swipe left) was RM6.50 and it's a Basil Lime Soda. Pretty good but it was quite a small portion. Overall 8/10, wish they had free water and a bigger space for eating.
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Celebrated my birthday here and I have to say I was not disappointed ! The beef flank steak was tender and the portion of the roasted potatoes were large enough to share . The escargot dish was a tad bit sour but overall the snails were fresh.

Food: 8/10
Price: 7/10 ( tad bit pricey but the overall ambiance of the place is fantastic also when taking pictures avoid facing below as there’s a construction site haha)

A double scoop of ice cream in a cup would cost RM13.50. But selected options have additional charge. Here I think it was because alcohol was used for the XO Cranberry.

XO Cranberry - You can really taste the alcohol in this ice cream. The cranberries are dry and add a slight sweet taste to the ice cream.

Teh O Ais Limau - First bite, I was surprised that it was sour. Wasn't expecting it. It really tasted like if you went over to a mamak and ordered a real Teh O Ais Limau to drink. The ice cream tastes like the limau that is usually put into the drink.

Here, they have a variety of special ice creams you probably won't find anywhere else. None of that normal plain ice cream here!

That was really the name written on the menu! Super long dish name. Super worth it!

By stir-frying the highest quality Japanese rice and village eggs, this is one of the their most iconic dishes, with a perfect combination of deep-fried pork chop from France and rice, each grain still visible after cooking.

I really loved their pork chop especially the side bits! Their fried rice was flavourful and very fragrant.

Steaming hot Xiao Long Bao dumplings! One basket contains 4 dumplings.

The crystal pagoda-shaped Xiao Long Bao is made with high gluten Canadian flour, skillfully hand-shaped to display at least 18 delicate folds and filled with a skillfully-balanced mix of mince pork shank, ginger and natural pork skin gelatin.

To consume, lift the dumpling gently and place it on a spoon, then pinch a small hole at the base and carefully sip the hot soup. To achieve the perfect gourmet taste, it is best-served with shredded ginger and Chinese black vinegar.

Hard to practice restraint here when there’s a truckload of toppings to choose from. The sambal petai and sweet sambal is a must try. In the event that you find yourself broke and hungry, this ranks right up with just about any other cheap and good eats you have ever eaten.

The kind of guilt free breakfast you’d want after a workout.

Ingredients includes:
mango, banana, blueberry, toasted oats, mango slices, banana slices, dried goji berries, chia seeds and pumpkin seeds.