The concept is centers upon your grandma’s (Po) familiar cooking, which are mostly Singaporean local favorites here, using premium ingredients. We had the prawn popiah (allows you to be hands-on and create your own wrap), charsiew pork, sambal mushrooms, kai lan vegetables, and the karabinero prawns and konbu mee (also know in local terms: Hokkien Mee). The sambal prawns were a little spicy, but we loved the Hokkien Mee and charsiew pork. Great customer service here, when they asked why we had hardly touched the mushrooms and noted our feedback on the level of spiciness, the staff had actually deducted the price of the dish from the bill which we were already quite happy to pay. Would come back again for the Hokkien Mee!
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