Came by here for lunch. Definitely reserve a table or come early when it just open at 11am. Small 6-8 tables place with only 2 big round tables.
Price is quite reasonable for most dishes but quite limited in terms of variety.
Chicken rice is pretty authentic. Nasi Lemak is quite good too but would like it better with fried chicken instead of curry chicken.
Kolo Mee is quite bland and only had char Siew and minces. No special kolo mee sauce, no green veggies etc.
teh tarik quite good though.
Would come again if passing by.
Had their Hainanese Chicken and Nasi lemak with chicken curry - on their $10 Lunch menu. Asked for a small bowl of soup to go with my chicken rice - soup f Dr orant come with special 🧐
Ah well! Now I remember why I wasn’t so keen to return. Server’s attitude is off putting
Food is not bad. The taste of laksa surprised me 😊 quite authentic. The curry chee cheong fun wasnt great, just ok. The fishball tasted like it had been microwave heated and thrown into plate.
Sign in front of shop is confusing as it says Wok’s Dumpling instead of Jalan Alor.
May return sone day. Let’s see.
A little restaurant hidden in a small suburb. Very impressive menu plus the specials for weekend, this place is a must to visit if you like Malaysian food. The curry laksa was impressive, full of flavour and ingredients. Very generous fish head and fish fillet. Small restaurant, but service was prompt. Will be back again to try other options. Parking is aplenty. Go early to avoid the lunch crowd during peak hours.
Nice little restaurant in Ferntree Gully, super value for money and flavourful food! Recommend their Hainanese Chicken Rice
Visited the place after reading a number of recommendations about this place.
We ordered char kway teaow, crispy noodle with egg gravy, and fried rice with sweet and sour pork.
Char kway teaow: decent I can taste the heat and flavour but I would say it lacks a bit of wok hei. Better than the generic Chinese restaurant ckt I would re order again if I'm around.
Crispy noodle with egg gravy : not a fan of the noodle type but the egg gravy sauce is nice. I would say put more crisp pork fat and it will bring more dynamic to it and probly a bit more wok hei
Fried rice with sweet and sour pork : standard fried rice ok, sweet and sour pork quite good as the batter is not too thick the sauce is a bit too sweet for me I was hoping they would use Malaysian style sweet and sour sauce.
All in all its ok, better than average but definitely room for improvement.
Was about to order the chicken rice but sadly run out 🥲.
I would recommend to add more dishes such as Sambal based stir fry (seafood etc), kang kong, more curry based dishes.
Lots of potential will definitely keep a look out and come back for that chicken rice.
Place is quite clean and spacious, but during peak time, perhaps it's better to call ahead for some seat booking.