Went there with friend for dinner. We waited about half hour before we were handed the menu and advised to order while waiting for a table. We chose the highly recommended claypot crab with bee hoon, butter crabs, tapioca leaves fried in sambal and chicken meat wrapped in otah. The butter crabs were first to be served and at one glance, we wondered whether we made the right choice instead of the usual black pepper or chillie crabs. The crabs were covered with this yellowish cream and decorated with two small corianders. But dipping one small man tou ( deep fried bun ) into the sauce and the strong butter gravy fried with curry leaves was fantastically sinful but delicious. The fried tapioca leaves were superb spicy and goes well with the rice. Next, fried chicken meat thinly sliced with otah stuffed in the middle. It was crispy and the combination blended well too. The main star attraction claypot bee hoon was finally served. The buttery taste of the soup was unique and flooded with sweetness from the crabs. We totally enjoyed the crabs as they were meaty and surprisingly very fresh and juicy. All in all, this place is worth the wait.