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Nice food, reasonable price , service good. Will visit again
The owners are friendly and make it a point (based on my past experience having visited the restaurant twice) to ensure that their customers are comfortable and enjoying their meals. The roasted pork was crispy and was a perfect match with the garlic and in-house sauce. I particularly like the wok hey of the Hokkien mee. Overall, a pleasant dining experience.
First visit and was impressed with their food. Will definitely visit this restaurant again!
Tasty and gmfrrsh seafoodss, will definitely be making my way back again
Valet parking available right outside restaurant. Food tasted decent though the small portion of Kai Lan was really small, like palm size portion. Wait staff service were efficient. Waiting time for food was also reasonable given the resto was busy. However, some small flies were hovering over a set of cutlery/utensils at our table. Gents was also dirty and smelly with someone smoking inside. Need to step up on hygiene. Bill came up to slightly more than $100 with 2 meats (both small portions), 2 vegetables (1 medium, 1 small portion), two main carb dish (both small), tea and appetiser for 5 pax. Overall ok experience and might visit again if in the vicinity.
Good service and good food option and portion. Convenient parking.
Felt welcome by friendly staffs. Food are pretty good and the crabs are very fresh.
Foods are ok but prices are on the high side.
Two of us ordered 5 dishes--Salted-Baked Flower Crabs; Deep-fried pork belly marinated with fermented bean paste; Roast Irish duck; KL Hokkien Noodles; Kai Lan. (1) On Ch 8 variety show, the lady boss told millions of viewers that the plate of 4 baked flower crabs cost less than $40. However, when placing our order, we were told that 2 small flower crabs will cost about $40. (2) The so-called Irish duck that was served to us did not taste like Irish duck, tasted more like ordinary duck. It also did not look like the yummy roast duck featured on TV! (3) The deep-fried pork belly had more fat than meat. (4) The waitress recommended kai lan for our vegetables dish without telling us the kai lan would be deep-fried. Both of us are health-conscious people and will never deep-fry our vegetables. We always have blanches or stir-fry vegetables. (5) At other restaurants, a small serving of noodles is usually enough to fill up 3 or 4 small bowls FULL. Over here, a small serving of KL Hokkien noodles could only fill up 2 small bowls NON-FULL! Quantity is too little and unjustified for the price charged. (6) When placing order, I requested for less salt, less oil and no MSG. However, when all our 5 dishes were served to us, every dish was very salty. Usually restaurants will add a lot of salt to dishes when ingredients are not fresh. Both of us find the food there disappointing despite strong recommendation by the 2 TV hosts and guests.
Good service & ambience although location tucked in north of the island. (Chose this place for son’s convenience who’s doing reservist). Food tastes average notwithstanding the longevity mini buns, yam ring & hotplate venison taste great!