The setting was contemporary, high ceiling, bright and spacious with the main kitchen at the front (left hand side) of the restaurant.
The servers were mostly young punks barely knowledgeable about the food on the menu.
Service were acceptable, quickly attended to, on beckoning them.
The food served are more Chinese fusion, leaning towards Hong Kong style.
Braised Beef noodles- generous amount of tender sliced beef and the noodle was springy too-Rm14.80/.
Seafood Congee-Porridge was ultra smooth and translucent with no rice residue, served with scissor cut Cruller, finely sliced Ginger, Spring Onion, strips of Chicken, Lettuce and roasted Peanuts-a real comfort dish!-Rm11.80/
Braised Seafood Mixed Noodle-served with blanched Choy Sam surrounding the plate, 2 small Prawns (cut into 1/2), flower cut Squid and tiny pieces of sliced Fish-luckily the noodle was springy with tastefully tossed sauce or else!!-Rm16.80
Crispy Roasted Pork Belly-was the best-with crispy, crackling skin and lovely 3 layered fats and meat-Rm14.80/.