A speakeasy bar that infuses elements of a traditional mama shop into their shopfront and menu which serves out iconic local favorites with a modern twist.

Their cocktail menu is pretty interesting but unfortunately the actual profile of the drink didn’t actually live up to its expectations. We had Curry Daiquiri paired with Papadum, but couldn’t really taste the curry profile in the drink. So is their Cashew Later, missing the nuttiness in the drink.

Moving on to their food menu, we tried their Herbal Bak Kut Teh Udon, Crab Kueh Pie Tee, Soft Shell Crab Bao and Duck Confit waffle. Some of the worth mentioning dishes include the Crab Kueh Pie Tee topped with tobiko, a little creamy and refreshing and their shell were on point crispy. Their Herbal Bak Kut Teh Udon, is quite a comforting bowl of noodle, has a nice mild herbal taste and would be quite shiok if it was served piping hot. The duck of the duck confit was done pretty well actually. Their skin is pretty crispy and it paired well with the apple purée. But the waffle is pretty lackluster, more towards the soft and soggy.

Overall it’s like a down the memory lane kind of experience and they do change their menu from time to time. Can check out their menu online before heading down!