Intrigued by the bustling crowd, I took the plunge and decided to give it a shot. The experience was a mixed bag - while the lively ambiance added to the appeal, the food itself landed squarely in the average range. The spread of dishes failed to truly impress, though they didn't entirely disappoint either. It's worth noting that this place occupies a spacious three-shop lot, accommodating the frequent influx of patrons. While not a culinary gem, the overall experience seems to be buoyed by its popularity among a diverse range of customers.
Not really a pure hakka cuisine but good enough to pass off as one.
Food is tasty and there are enough varieties to choose from.
Prices are neighborhood friendly and wont break the bank, hence there are returning customers.
Seating is spacious and comfortable.
Service is fast and friendly.
For me, the best item was the orange and lemon drink. Super pure, concentrated and worth every penny.
Recommended for a meal here but do try to bring more friends to able to order more dishes.
A decent hakka restaurant. The place is aircon and it feel clean as well. The fried cabbage is savoury and sweet. And we liked the claypot toufu also. The chicken wine and braised pork are normal and a bit too much fat for us for the braise pork, but overall is a good place to visit.
Decent place for Hakka Yong Tow Foo. Taste not too bad, quite fresh and foo chuk rolls are fried on order. Yong Tow Foo is big size and price also not too pricey. But the soup base for the Yong Tow Foo is a bit salty and not much flavor though. They seems to have other food besides Yong Tow Foo, maybe try that next time. They also have tong sui like Red bean and Barley Gingko but I was too full to try. Reserve for next time.
We are big fans of Hakka cuisine but everything we ordered here is so average for us. Okay may be we are picky but our kids like it and you might like it too.