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Went there for dinner on 7 January 2014.This is Penang food served tze char style. We ordered Salted egg chicken, Assam Laksa, Deep Fried Beancurd skin, one assam fish curry as recommended by the staff, Penang Char Kuay Teow, one plain rice. The total bill amounted to S$78.The fish costs S$46 which is the most expensive item in our order but I must say it is one of freshest fish I ever tasted among all the tze char stall. Would suggest to check on the prices of the fish before ordering which we
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Went there for dinner on 7 January 2014.

This is Penang food served tze char style. We ordered Salted egg chicken, Assam Laksa, Deep Fried Beancurd skin, one assam fish curry as recommended by the staff, Penang Char Kuay Teow, one plain rice. The total bill amounted to S$78.

The fish costs S$46 which is the most expensive item in our order but I must say it is one of freshest fish I ever tasted among all the tze char stall. Would suggest to check on the prices of the fish before ordering which we forgot haha
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The Assam Laksa is signature dish. Very good and tasty. The gravy is thick with the right taste of spice, the prawn paste (hei guo) which they added is just the right amount to give it a sourish, spicy feel on the tongue.

The salted egg chicken sauce is very rich. Unfortunately, I did not really taste the salted egg but overall still very nicely done.

I love the Penang Char Kuay Teow. Really really good in my view. Must give it a try.

A good nice place for a family outing but can be quite expensive depending on what is being ordered.
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Date of Visit
2014-01-07
Spending Per Head
$40 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Assam Laksa
  • Penang Fried Kuay Teow