There are a few signature dishes which we keep ordering over and over and that were Lala/Clam Soup, Beansprout with Salted Fish, Cold Fish With Soy Sauce and Nyonya Crab and of course, a pot of Jasmine Tea.
Service is pretty much efficient because the waiting time for dishes is within a short span. And when all came simultaneously, we pinched into each and eat with rice. The taugeh/bean sprouts stir fried with salted fish was an appealing dish, especially for someone like me who love anything salty.
I dare say that the cod fish with soy sauce was good. The fried fish over the soy sauce started off crispy on top then finishes off with soft and fresh meat and the salty sauce definitely complemented it. However, you just need tad bit of the sauce, otherwise the saltiness over drowns the fried fish.
I was slightly disappointed with the lala steamed with bird eye chillies and curry leaves and topped with spring onion slices. No doubt we praised the spicy-aromatic watery sauce but the rubbery texture of the lala meat ditched out the praises.
Nonetheless, the Nyonya crab reserved as the final call out shined the rest of the dishes - spicy as we like and the crabs were absolutely fresh, as though they swam their way from the sea and straight to the restaurant. I practically licked up every bit of the gravy while my other half feasted on the crabs.
I am not wrong in saying that RM114.50 was pretty reasonable for the meal we had at this restaurant.nava-k's facebook page for other lifestyle contents.