Conservative restaurant with no innovative dishes, but well-executed traditional ones, like Chinese spinach with eggs in broth or braised tofu in claypot. However, the Peking duck here is a disappointment. The skin is deliciously crispy, but it is served here without any meat (unlike at the much superior Imperial Treasures Super Peking Duck in Paragon) and is lost when wrapped in the pancake which is a tad too thick. The second dish (with noodles or fried rice) is extremely meh - no better than what you can find at Crystal Jade Kitchen. Except for the proactive fellow doing tea refills, service is quite slow. The ambience is homey and traditional, lacking class or any wow factor. All in all, a decent place, but not great value; there are many much better restaurants at this price level.