Wanted to try out this place for a while; quite surprised by the crowd that was already there having their tzechar meal at 5:30pm in the evening, and having tried out the food it is little wonder why. Slurpy Kway Teow that isn’t overly greasy, wok-fried with that immense wok-hei and a slight sweetness amidst the savoury notes with crumbly bits of egg, lupcheong and seafood, it’s a pretty well-executed plate of Kway Teow exhibiting finesse and skill in its preparation — something I would crave for again!