We booked the restaurant room online but it didn't really need it as we started eating around 8pm and arrived very quiet. The staff greeted us kindly and we sat at the counter watching the chef make and tasting. We both picked four courses, one for snacks and three for main course. BBQ, grit, vegetables and lentils curry, and diced meat. For two hungry diners, there was plenty of food and the taste was pretty good. If you want to try some snacks, I can recommend this restaurant.
The casual atmosphere matches well with the style of tapas service. If you are a person who likes to try multiple dishes, this place is for you! Happy hour is great, including beer and side dishes, 3 dollars per person. You can order anything from the happy hour menu. If you want to share food, definitely come here. You can't go wrong.
Cost-effective and delicious Asian roadside food! We ordered spicy chicken wings, pot stickers, Thai noodles and fried rice for a total of 36 dollars. As for the quality of the food, you may not be able to eat anything better than this. The food comes out hot and tastes great. The waiter outside is called Sumner, who is very nice and knows what is on the menu. I'm always scared to eat food that the clerk wouldn't eat.
We came to the streets of Hawkers and it smelled like Asian food, slightly American food. Cantonese fried noodles are good, and roast pork is acceptable. My sister ordered the duck and it tastes acceptable. The pot stickers are too. What I want is a real bazaar. But this is a good template. I recommend this place. This is not my dish but it may be yours.