Food was extremely delicious and affordable! The sweet and sour pork was delicious and not too sweet like most other Chinese restaurants make it. I also loved the Hokkien Mee with Pork Lard as it tasted like what I would eat in Malaysia and the amount of pork lard was very generous. I would definitely come back and try more food!
Food here is decent however I personally found some dishes a bit salty. The portions are generous sized to share. The space can be a bit squeezy especially when the restaurant is busy. Staff here are quite helpful with the menu selections.
Food is very tasty. Will definitely come back with my family
Fantastic authentic Malaysian Chinese food. Quick and friendly service, plenty of parking, extensive menu, well cooked food with loads of smokey wok flavours / wok hei. The atmosphere is bright and clean. Serving sizes are decent.
Lunch with a big group today. Just realised the 13 seats round table reminds me of King Arthur and his 12 Knights of the round table. Haha, no worry. Anyway, the pre-ordered almond chicken and Nyonya fish were very nice. Others fishes like Lanton sweet and sour beef, deep fried (daily home made) taufo, ginger chic ken,roast duck, Lohan Monk vege and fried okra, etc were all surprisingly nice. (2021-05-30)
The seafood egg sauce vermicelli was nice. The sauce was extracted from the cooking juices of fresh prawn, fresh squid and chicken. Vermicelli was pan-fried. The pan-fry is one of the five Malaysian methods of frying vermicelli. The texture and the feel while bitting it is different. The Kapitan Barramundi fish (1.3 kg), and fried sambal combination vege are popular here. Two Malaysian chefs and two China chefs give you the best dishes. (2021-05-26)
We tried Lou Han Zhai vegetarian dish that came with green bean noodles, hot plate sizzling Japanese tau-fu, sliced water chestnuts, baby corns, etc. It was yummy! (2021-05-01)
Lunch special: Fried Hokkien noodle, Lo-Bak spring rolls, and fried egg noodles were surprisingly tasty. (2021-03-28)
I wasn't impressed with the food here many years ago until tonight! Yes, the new Malaysian Master chef who took over this kitchen has given us the unforgettable three dishes. The dinner was complemented with free prawn crackers and oranges. With tea and steam rice, it cost us $62 or about $12+/person. We enjoy the cosy aircon, good environment and great food. BYO too! We asked for medium-rare beef with kailan vegetable, and it was so good. The mixed garlic vegetable was very flavourful and the tepanyaki Japanese to-fu was very tasty. What a peaceful night. I shall return haha