We four had a nice lunch. Fortunately, the meals are much better balue than the highway robbery the restaurant asked for corkage. At $8 a bottle, it was more than the cost of the Carmenere we had brought to sample.
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Portions were small, had to wait outside for half an hour and the waitress kept insisting we sit out the outside table in the cold. You could barely feel the heater and one of the people in our group was pregnant. Absolutely a joke. The...More
Faultless Malaysian food, high quality ingredients, friendly efficient staff, professional owner. Now since it's complete rebuild last year its also an attractive although brightly lit space. A stunning full wall photographic mural sets the scene. Theres also 4 outdoor tables on the Village Avenue sidewalk....More
Tried it for the first time after hearing good reviews. The place was very busy during Saturday lunch hours. Ordered the standard curry noodles with various tofu. Quite nice. Have to give it 3 stars as all of us were feeling the MSG afterwards. Had...More
This place was recommended to us by a friend. We had 3 yong tau fu sets (we chose our own ingredients) and a Hainanese chicken rice. The chicken broth which came with the yong tau fu set was good, but the tom yam soup was...More
It's all here. The menu is huge and there in lies the problem. Hard to be good with such a large range from all the different cultural street food from Malaysia. Hero dish is the yung tao fu itself.
Not even a month and drastically gone bad. Presented well, however Combination Hor Fun was so bland, dry, lacking in egg gravy and just out of the ordinary. Nasi Goreng is not much better. What's happening in the kitchen? UPDATE - 4/4/2017 Still good, hard...More
This little cafe serves a huge range of Singaporean/Malaysian comfort food! Once you walk in, the food smells hit you as they do in any Singaporean/Malaysian hawker centre, and the fare does not disappoint either! Ampang Tofu, which the place is named after, is served...More