The old guard has passed on the reigns to new owners at this institution, and though its a slightly different beast, my fears were unfounded and the food is still surprisingly good.

Not surprisingly the menu has been expanded to add more variety, such as this artery clogging hokkien mee “zhnged” with roast pork belly. As to the noodles itself, they aren’t as saucy nor lard-infused as the original owner’s version, but you can make up for this now with the free flow lardons. In a twist, the prawns have gotten even bigger and juicier. Nice!


Taste: 3.5/5