The dish was overall pleasant, with the wok hey infused in every part of the kway Teow. The onsen egg also provided a nice creamy touch to the noodles. However, the price tag of $8.80 was a little unjustified as there was no meat at all in this dish. In conclusion, taste wise - good; but not really value for money considering the oysters at habitat were selling at $11 for a dozen.

This has a total belly score of: 3.5/5! 🐽