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Weighty Man •
09 Aug 2008
• 752 Reviews • 87 Followers
One kind of a restaurant - not a HGW member then
Choon Seng Hng (CSH) is a one of a kind restaurant. Had not eaten there in years but it remains the same. Rented from the Hakka association, this building sits next to the N - S Malayan Railway track and probably encroaches on Malaysian land - in case you do not know, Malaysia still owns the land 4-5 meters on either side of the railway track. Poor tasting, overpriced and lousy service. Thought it was great the last time we were there - must have been very hungry and not a HGW member yet.
Food: Menu has changed already, used to be a zhi car outlet but they now only serve ready cooked food with rice and porridge. We were in a hurry and ordered the preserved vegetables, some pork and a slice of fish. All were tasty but not the best I've had.
Ambience: Rather dumpy and unchanged in 15yr. Cement floor, slow moving fans and bare tables.
Value: Overpriced for such a low cost location.
$28 for 3 pax
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