The exterior have been repainted with two tone colors which matches the surrounding grand Prewar shops and houses.
The steep stairs access to the high level shop is a bit difficult for old people but the good food was well worth the climb!
The shop is small with limited seats, Be warn-go early.
Service was excellent, the servers and cooks are bi-lingual too.
Mee Rebus-(Cooked Yellow Noodle)-filled with hard boiled Egg, Prawns fritter, braised Cuttlefish, Tau kua (cubed deep fried Bean curd) chopped Lettuce and bathed in a thick Red Chillies /Tomatoes gravy-was generous in portion-a bit spicy-highly addictive but I am quite skeptical about the red colored gravy-Rm4/
Mee Goreng-(Fried Yellow Noodle) their signature dish-fried with Potatoes, fried Egg, Tau kua (cubed deep fried beancurd) and well braised Chillies dried Cuttlefish, Sweet Potatoes/Tomatoes sauce and garnished with chopped Lettuce-squeeze some Lemon juice for a tangy flavor-came piping hot-fragrant, delicious and yummy!- Rm4/