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One of the best fried oyster omelette in town. With $5 and $8 a plate with special made chili was a great value. The key is a crispy crust , great chili paste to mix and to dip with lots of plump oyster. Right mixture and balance flour and the egg.. this made a perfection to eat with different texture...
"Especially special is the soup - rich and full bodied"
reviewed July 16, 2016 by wongchingwen
The quality of the food is very good, especially the soup which accompanies the dry version of the beef noodles. Please ask for the chinchalok to go with the chilli as it is kept separately from the rest of the utensils.
The quantity of the small portion is just nice for breakfast.
Tried 2 different types of chicken chop: one is the standard one at $6.50 with fries and coleslaw as sides and the other one is $8.50 served on a hotplate with a baked potato, baked beans and sautéed onions.
The hotplate is definitely a nice touch as it keeps the food warm even after a while. The onions are nice....