Noticed a few other lovely eateries nearby (Brother Wah, Restoran Hiap Lip) which I figure I kinda owe to myself to try another time.

Dinner and service was great (sole exception was that their stirfry take on chapchye meant that the cabbage was still crisp from the wok rather than stewed till the cabbage is sweetly translucent, i.e., how I prefer Nonya ChapChye to be). The other dishes (Mutton Curry, Ayam Pongteh, Ikan Asam Pedas) all had great oomph tho, no worries... especially the Udang Asam Goreng (Flash-fried Tamarind Prawns) on Pic 4.

As bonus, we got to drizzle the jaggery (gula melaka) onto the chendol ourselves, and the Pie Tee also came as an experiential DIY project!! Awesome for those of us who like to play with our food.