Most of the dishes did not disappoint but we thought they were boldly seasoned. The Green Curry Chicken possessed the distinctive flavors but the indelible sweetness left us underwhelmed. Equally sweet was the Hot Pot Tanghoon. We did not expect the dish to be drenched in soup as we were expecting a Thai-styled Claypot Glass Noodles instead. The taste was decent but not exactly what we hoped for. The Thai-styled Mango Kerabu on the other hand was good. The Mango was perfectly ripened and carried the unique acidic touch and fruity essence. The Eastern Stir Fried Vermicelli Noodles resembles Mee Goreng, it was again on the sweeter side but with the quintessential Wok Hei and delightful spicy touch, we thought the dish was beautifully executed. With the small serving portion, we did not think it was a cheap meal so it shall remain as an occasional place for lunch.
Here's the location.