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2016-05-06 103 views
The restaurant is located under a rather old block of HDB flats. It offers thai style zi char dishes. The restaurant is non air con with limited dine in area indoor and outdoor. The decoration is simple and non frill.I decided to dine in for lunch as it was not as crowded as the next door coffeeshop or the nearby hawker centre. Surprisingly there was only a table of 5 persons occupied.Thai Iced Lemon Grass (Homemade) ($2.80)It was a light and refreshing drink.Thai Kway Chap Soup with Roasted Por
It was a light and refreshing drink. Thai Kway Chap Soup with Roasted Pork ($6)
The dish was served pipping hot in a claypot. Peppery soup base with thin smooth slices of kway as the noodle. The dish had pieces of deep fried pig's skin and chunky roasted pork in it. A very filling and warming dish to have. Lemon Grass Jelly with Red Ruby ($5)
The lemon grass jelly melted easily from its chunky form into thick liquid. So best have as possible as it served.