2nd time here. The Cham hot is acceptable, and the Dry Keow Teow is nice.
This is a premium Chinese Coffeeshop with a lot of food options. Food wise is okay, just that more expensive.
Coffee could be better, the Char Siew Pork Lard rice is a disappointment. Ipoh Hor Fun and Bubur Cha Cha is average.
Nice environment, not crowded (some came here to work or study), but the bagel set is quite average, coffee still okay.
Nice environment, decent service, and food is okay. But considering the price point and quality, probably won't frequent here.
Love the fact that they have Yau Char Kwai and soybean set.
Love the Sabah pork noodle and coffee here.
For 2 pax, it is slightly cheaper to order 3 dishes and 2 rice, rather than order 2 sets with 4 dishes. Taste wise slightly above average, good options for couples to sample some Chinese dishes.