This is the best I\'ve ever tasted. It stands next to the one I had in Amoy Street market. I like it so much that I practically clean the bowl (noodles, beef, soup and all) every single time I take this. My next love would be the chili sauce. I normally need 2 packet of chili for one bowl of noodles. AND I would never fail to ask for an upsize A small bowl wouldn\'t be enough for me.Spending: Approximately SGD 7.00(Lunch)
Had my dinner with my wife there after hearing some good reviews from friends.
Only 2 tables were ocupied around 6.30pm. Our first impression was - is it really that good?
The kway teow comes in $4.50, $5.50 and $6.50. We ordered 2 bowls $4.50 andlime juice at $1.20. Lime juice came in a very small cup. It was disappointing.
The beef kway teow came and we were disappointed by the portion of the kway teow and beef slices. They must be cutting cost due to inflation. Probably due to the small portion, we walked away feeling no satisfaction on our stomachs.
Service was nothing to shout about either. Pretty bland and uninspiring.
If Hock Lam is still around, he will not be happy.Spending: Approximately SGD 6(Dinner)