The 1st time was more disappointing than the last, but when it comes down to it, I'll not be returning for a 3rd trial.
The Laksa is definitely very much as described by another in its lack of flavours.
Since I've forgotten about what disappointed me the 1st time w/ the Hainanese Chicken dish when I had a full order, this time around, I ordered the smaller order that comes w/ rice & soup. The boneless chicken, albeit, better than Cafe D'Lite further down Broadway, is still lacking in the Hainanese flavours I love. Try this dish at Angel's Cafe on Fraser, both the one that comes w/ the chicken fat rice & the larger "half chicken" order (w/ the latter, you'll need to order rice separately)--you'll be able to taste the difference immediately from the quality of the chicken to the tantalizing flavours of a decently made Hainanese Chicken dish. The sauce that is offered at Orchid D. is definitely lacking as well. The ginger chicken oiled rice is the only redeeming thing in this order. The soup it comes w/ can't even be called soup--it was so soapy/detergent-like w/o any natural flavouring.
The char kwei teow was far too greasy, otherwise, it was just ok.
At least the fried greens w/ crushed garlic & dried baby shrimp did not disappoint even at $10/11 (It's their current "special" that wasn't on the menu).
The deep fried tofu is alright, too, still nothing mouthwateringly stimulating.
The roti canai is totally not worth it & not even worth attempting to eat. At $4.95 for 2 very thin slices of overtly buttered & oiled pieces of dough along w/ VERY WATERY buttered, oiled, w/ hint of curry dip. It was one of the worse roti's I've ever had (well, Noodle Box's is arguably worse tho w/ decent pita that is not at all roti-like, but decent if taken as simply pita bread w/ no Asian attachment to it).
The service is pleasant, and for the most part, appears to be family-run.
I had to find out if I was wrong about my 1st bad experience. And now I know.