Every now and then I go here with my boyfriend and have yet to be disappointed by the food. The price works well for my student budget. Personal favorites include the duck noodles (if you're scared of spicy, this is the one for you, and my most favorite), the beef satay noodles, and the coconut curry with prawns on rice. The decor is simple, yet cute. Creative use of Christmas baubles. Employee dress code is very relaxed, with jeans and t-shirts, but somehow adds to the feel of the place.
Most times I've been there around late afternoon we've had no problem with getting seats. Although today I decided to go there for lunch and realized just how popular this place was. Had to wait about 15 minutes for them to clear a table, and ordering was slightly hectic, but care was still put into the food itself. The ingredients were nicely arranged and the dishes looked, smelled, and tasted pretty decent.
For $6-7 a bowl, don't come here looking for the 5 star experience and whining when you don't get it. This is a neat little place to eat tasty noodles with a small group of friends, and is especially comforting when the weather takes a turn towards miserable (nothing better than a spicy bowl of satay beef noodles after coming out of the cold). I plan on coming back whenever the craving hits, and probably bringing friends.