Step into this homey cafe and find it filled with quaint and green decor at every corner. We ordered the laksa hokkien mee and it was served smoking hot with a cute lil’ folded box for your prawn heads. Designed to infuse a sense of nostalgia in Singaporeans, unique local dishes are prepared and renamed with a modern touch and, teh and kopi are served in traditional metal cups.

The waitress opened the pot lid and revealed uncut thick bee hoon soaked in a light coconutty laksa broth that surprisingly tasted both heavy with flavour and light in texture. It came with three medium sized fresh semi-peeled prawns, lots of taupok, fishcake slices, a deep-fried omelette and shredded cucumber at the top. The combination of ingredients in the dish came together quite nicely and it was just the right amount of spiciness for me (think 0.5 mcspicy lvl). Will definitely come back for more when I’m in the mood for a healthy portion of laksa!! Will recommend for the price 🤑🤑

💸: $8.90