A simple bowl of noodles with elements that come together to create a complex flavor. Beef brisket was tender and not lacking in any way (both in taste and amount). Broth was rich and flavorful, savoured to the last drop! Noodles were the right level of springy and enhanced instead of overpowering the broth like the average bowl of beef noodles.
Would recommend for small groups as there are few tables and each has a maximum capacity of 4 individuals. Come at a non-peak hour or be prepared to wait!
Yong Chieh Gooi
Not bad but not worth the one Michelin star.
I don't know what the testers had in mind when assessing the place but all I have to say is that the wantons taste good but not extraordinary. The noodle is just mediocre, nothing out of the extraordinary.
So-so in my mind. And oh by the way, they only have outlets in HK and Singapore. The ones in Malaysia are fake!! That's what the manager told me.
Known for the wontons. Pretty good, but nothing extraordinary. Service is fast, wants to get as many people in and out as quickly possible. Note that there's a similarly named restaurant two door downs.
Wonton noodles freshly made and tasted great. The only downside is how small the portion is. I have never seen such a small bowl of noodles until I visited here.
Nice wonton noodles. Their beef tendon is soft and yummy. But the place is small so when we came in a group of five people, it was really cramped.