We arrived a bit after 1pm, it was quite busy since it was lunch time. We were lucky to get a large table at the back of the restaurant. It took us a long time to order, as we are very indecisive group of people :P, in the end we ended up ordering the "traditional" dishes- Stir Fried Char Kway Teow with Clams, Hokkien Fried Noodles, Nasi Lemak with Beef Rendang and Hainanese Chicken Rice.
After deciding what we wanted to eat we called the waitress over to take our order, when she arrived at our table we told her we wanted to order, but quite rudely she rolled her eyes and said that you write your order on a special form that is provided to us. You can't blame us for not knowing, as this was everyones first time eating here. On the order form you just write what you want and the quantity. Overall, the service as this restaurant is very poor (it may have just been the waitress who was taking care of our table). So don't go there expecting top service, because you won't get it. :P
I was not that impressed by the quality of the food, I have had far better Malaysian food (I highly recommend Petaling Street Malaysian Hawker Food- which also recently opened in Kingsford- There is another branch on George St in the city). The prices are standard, starting from about $10 a dish.
Hokkien Style Noodles | Pork, prawn, squid, Chinese chives, egg and bean sprouts | $10.80
Char Kway Teow with Clams | Stir fried noodles with prawns, clams, Chinese sausage fish cake and bean sprouts | $10.80
Hainanese Chicken Rice | $10.80
Nasi Lemak | Steamed coconut rice, boiled eggs, fried peanut, fried anchovies, cucumber slices and ikan bills | $11.80
Milo Godzilla | Milo with ice cream and whipped cream | $5
Holicks Godzilla | Holick with ice cream and whipped cream | $5
Bandung Drink | Rose syrup with grass jelly and strawberry milk drink | $4.50
Fired noodles anyone? :P