Chef Ben cookes with a heart. He cooks with a seasoned feel for the ingredients.
Food: We had the "see kok tau" salad - four angled beans with a sour dressing, slight chilli. My favourites were the pork with belimbing fruit - a fruit from the same family as the star fruit, the fish fillet with otah filling, and the assam pedas with yong tau foo-a fusion of Peranakan and Chinese.
Value: Reasonable for large servings.
Ambience: Set in an old shop house, it is refurbished and quiet in the restaurant.
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