Well, I'm native Singaporean so eating at this place is good for my tummy. This is definitely not Malaysian style. It is 100% Singapore style. Mee Pok, Mee Siam, Mee Rebus. Yummy!!
Price wise, they are good value for money. Each portion is sufficient for one, and main plates are $4.75-5.95 each. Satay is 0.75 each and curry puff is 0.75 each.
For the price you pay, you get food served at your table. That's pretty solid!
Ok, let's talk about food. I had the Mee Soto (Ayam Soto). That is good. Flavorful soup with noodles & chicken meat. I also had the curry puff. Warm & a little curry hot. Oh man, where can I get curry puff for 0.75?? I notice almost everyone who ate there finished their food.
This place is almost authentic to Singapore's hawker food.
For those of you who ate with chopsticks, let me tell you something interesting. With the exception of Prawn noodle soup, Laksa & Mee Pok (dried noodle), every dish there is to be eaten with fork & spoon.
Mee Soto, Mee siam, mee rebus, mee goreng, tahu goreng, nasi goren are Malay food. Malay is not Malaysian so don't mix it up. But of course the Malay food has its roots from Malaysia (the country) but has formed its own taste in Singapore. Malays don't use chopsticks but fork & spoon, so that's why most dishes there are Malay style food. Ok, whatever rocks your boat! If you can use a pair of chopsticks, go for it!!
This place is opened 11-9pm, Mon-Sat. (Main St & King Edward)