We were drawn here to its fried Horfun but it was sold out around 7pm last night, perhaps due to them keeping lower stock on Sundays we heard from a regular customer of theirs.
We tried their fried Beehoon which was another of their popular dishes. It had a nostalgic taste, though we won’t the Beehoon was outstandingly good. The fragrant crispy pork lard compensated well for its lack of Wok Hei though.
Their prawn paste chicken was good, crispy and juicy without being oily. And it was flavoured well without being overly salty too.
It was comfort food overall, for those familiar with their flavours or those who’d want a simple Tze Char meal, nothing to shout out loud about, but just in a quiet corner of TPY.

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