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Have been wanting to try this place and finally I found time with mummy just before this Phase 2 HA lock down. It’s a nice casual restaurant where you can get not just your zichar and Penang dishes but also Nasi Lemak and Beehoon Mee for brekkie. When it comes to their Penang dishes, the Penang Laksa ($6.80) is definitely the winner, with a portion of prawn paste and housemade chilli to go with it. Creeping up behind is the Char Kway Teow ($8.80) which comes with crab meat on top and 2 large prawns with super duper wok hei. Damn delicious! Penang Lor Bak with Prawn Crackers also not bad but a little on the expensive side.

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Price: As listed
Ambience: Casual Restaurant within neighbourhood
RTE: Definitely.

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Add: 455 Sengkang West Ave, #01-02, Singapore 790455
Tel: 81056918
Hours: Refer to maps link below 👇

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Restaurant Front
Nasi Lemak and Bee Hoon
Nasi Lemak. The fish is nice.
Penang Assam Laksa. Damn good.
Pig Stomach Soup. Not bad.
Must order Penang Char Kway Teow
Penang Lor Bak
The Lor Bak is actually a very nice Ngoh Hiang. Except that the pork inside is sliced and not minced.
Not nice 😂



A girl-friend told me about this place and so arranged to meet her at Bukit Timah Plaza… which I’ve never been to in my life! Quite a small mall located just opposite Ngee Ann Poly. I had to drive in circles in order to find the silly entrance to the carpark… I must say, even the carpark system is quite frustrating…

Found the little eatery at level 1 and the seats are along the corridor of the walkway for the shops. So I took pics from where I was seat, which was right in front of the shop.

Yeah that's the boss on the left... just that he has really long hair now... Real Taiwanese who came here to study and now here for good. Manage to catch up with him over some good Chinese tea after our meal.

A very refreshing Iced Rice Milk drink... Home made and not too sweet.

Pan-Fried Dumplings - Taste is not bad but a tad too oily

This is one of the hottest chilli paste around... mixes with 3 different chillies... Be warned!!!

Taiwanese Curry Rice - Not too bad... Love the rice and generous helping of curry chicken and potatoes.

Curry Chicken up close!

Mini Squid - Pretty tasty but the squid really mini... 1cm also have... this was less spicy but I believe a little spicier would be nice.

Noodle With Spicy Bean Paste (Zha Jiang Mian) - Loads of shredded veg on top as you can see... quite a healthy choice!

Our damage... quite worth it for the variety

Rating: 4.5/5. Food is alright maybe because we didn’t try the popular dishes like Braised Pork Rice, Drunken Chicken, Boneless Chicken Rice, Beef Noodles and Oyster Mee Sua… will those the next time I’m back. But service is exceptionally good! Not because I’m handsome(*PUKE*), but because I noticed the good service given to every other table.

Taste: Nice and healthy. Good for families with elderly. Not sure if they are authentic Taiwanese cos never been there, but it suits our taste buds definitely.

Portion: Average.

Price: See last pic.

RTE: Yes if I’m around that area. 🙂

Location: See last pic also for address and telephone no.