Pepper Lunch's concept is this: rice, meat, on hot plate. Sauce you add yourself. Stir the dish yourself. Whether or not you enjoy Pepper lunch will depend on how much you like the taste of their selection of add it yourself sauces, and your tolerance for paying for the hot plate gimmick.
When you order your dish, it will come in a sizzling hot plate that will be surrounded by a paper wall warning you to be careful and providing instructions on how to eat your Pepper Lunch. Simply add the sauce and mix. The rich will usually come with stuff like corn or vegetables, and set meals come up with salads or drinks or whatever the special offer is at the time. The main course is rarely filling unless upsized (not value for money) or turned into a complete meal with sides and etcetera.
This outlet is a highlight of the Junction 8 food court, a frequent haunt of mine during my schooling years. Yet, this Pepper Lunch outlet pales in comparison to standalone Pepper Lunches, like the one at AMK Hub, which provide a better atmosphere for eating and chatting. This one is crowded, you have to bring it to the table yourself, and its not any cheaper. Oh well.