Had the sichuan pork noodles, fried pierogi and salted plum wolfberry pu-erh tea.

The drink sounded interesting but wasn’t as tasty as I thought it will be. Sichuan pork noodles had the taste of the right spices. What stood out for me was the fried pierogi. It’s something not commonly found in SG, the mashed potato and bacon mixture just taste so good together with the slight crunchy dumpling skin.

Place is small, abit dark and really noisy. Will recommend to go with just a friend. Not exactly a place for date.