11 Sep 2012 • 53 reviews • 5 followers
I have eaten here many times over the years. The beef steamboat is what drives me back. The chicken rice is good but the chicken itself can be a bit dry. The satay is one of the better chinese-made types. Hainanese pork chop can be a hit-or-miss depending on whether the chops come piping hot (which means very good) or warm/room temperature (which means not good). I like the eat-all-you-can chili and ginger sauces. But it seems that this place is losing its appeal somewhat - on ocassions, the steamboat stock seems to be just plain water, the beef is not sliced properly and evenly (to allow for each slice to be have a quick dip in the stock), kopi seems to get more diluted, and it can bbe really crowded. So, overall a "not sure" recommendation.