The restaurant is two shoplots, partly air-conditioned with many antique grandfather's clocks gracing it's walls, tea leaves and tea paraphernalia for sale and glass aquariums filled with live fishes.
We ordered the usual dishes that we like to eat and service was fast.
Parking in the evening is OK.
Ku Lo Kai (sweet and sour chicken)-deep fried chicken meat tossed in a tomato sauce gravy with dried red chillies, capsicum, cucumber and nutty cashew nuts-a great combination dish-Rm10/
Pai Kut Wong (superior Pork Ribs)-soft, tender and meaty with a gravy full of cinnamon/star anise flavor-would be better if the they did some gravy reduction-Rm25/
Buttered sea prawns-big sized, fresh and succulent with fine strands of butter/egg flakes and aromatic curry leaves-Rm 25/
Four types of Vegetables (Long bean, Brinjal, Petai and Kacang Botol (4 angled bean)-stir fried with fragrant dried shrimp/Sambal Belacan paste-very appetizing and full of fiber-Rm10/
Location:8, Jalan Daya 11, Taman Daya,