ordered the chai tow away and fried hokkien prawn mee... huge disappointment and let me explain-
chai tow kway - too oily and the sambal used just tasted weird. while the chai tow kway itself has an okay texture, it is overwhelmed by oiliness and just a lack of depth.
fried hokkien prawn mee - the main essence of this dish is to have a really good strong broth made with prawn shells and unfortunately as the prawns used are not deep-sea prawns but farmed ones, it could not capture the right flavours for this dish. also the noodles is overcooked thus leaving the entire dish on the dry side as it soaked up the weak tasting broth. there is no wok he i at all, in fact it is overall so bland that it should just be called fried noodles. both dishes need to be relooked into before putting out to represent something that they are not. frankly a sham !