The place is simple with marble top tables and old style kopi-tiam chairs (some rickety)
Like any Hainanese restaurant there will be their signature dishes like noodle set, breakfast set and Western food set.
The lady owner was very friendly and gave us a complimentary plate of toast roti tau (both ends of the bread-usually not served to customers) with butter and kaya which was exceptionally crisp.
Service was a bit slow and overall the food was ok.
Parking is OK during the weekends.
|Waiter advice- two half boiled eggs take 5 minutes to cook.|
|For me it was overcooked-I like it with a runny yolk.|
|Signature bun with kaya and butter set-Rm6.80/.|
|The complimentary roti tau with butter/kaya-love it !|
|English beakfast set-sausage with fried egg and on the side with baked beans, coleslaw, sliced cucummber/tomato and French fries-average-Rm11/.|
|Hainan mee-with finely shred cucumber, carrot, spring onion, lettuce, sliced Japanese crab stick, shrimp and chicken meat-a squeeze of the limau kasturi (calamansi) juice for a zesty flavor - a very typical Hainanese dish-Rn6.80/|