This Michelin Bib Gourmand Fried Kway Teow keeps you waiting for at least half an hour during meal times and even when we went at 8.30pm on a Saturday evening, it was still a 20-min wait.

There’s a choice of black or white Kway Teow. I prefer my char kway teow to be black, so yes, the dark soya and sweet sauces were on point but disappointingly, lacking the wok hei that’s essential. There were lots of bean sprouts, and reasonable amount of other side ingredients like cockles, lup cheong, egg, vegetable.