The service was quite ... typical busy Chinese restaurant kind of service. Rushing about, scribbling down your orders, trying to recommend some of their signature dishes in hope of you ordering faster, scribble down somemore, rushing off. None of the fancy frills but also explains their high efficiency.
Then the food came, which include one hotplate tofu, steamed fish, sweet and sour pork and vegetables (which I didn't take photo of because I was too busy eating already :X). The hotplate tofu was disappointing, because the tofu wasn't as soft as I hoped it was. It was more of the dry and hard type, not the jelly-textured egg tofu. The saving grace were the prawns and eggs melted into the dish, which was quite delicious. But they didn't clean the intestines of the prawns, so if you're particular about that, do not order this. Or any other prawn-including dishes. I just closed one eye and ate the them anyway. Good thing is that the prawns do not have the springy effect, which signified that these prawns are not intoxicated with chemicals that make them springy.
A little disappointing, but still good.
The toilets in the restaurant was surprisingly quite clean, as I imagined that it won't be. There was also a sink. Good facilities. Unfortunately this place is quite inaccessible without a car, so quite difficult to reach. Don't bother coming if you don't have a car, it's not worth the trouble of walking.
NOTE: Closed on Mondays.