First time trying Teow Chew food and surprisingly I enjoyed all the dishes!
To those that are not a fan of the oyster, their signature oyster has this very strong iron taste but to those that love it like me I would highly recommend trying.
Overall good and satisfied in term of food and service. Good to explore and try especially those like two chew dishes like gravy noodle soup. Price also reasonable. But, parking and seat quite limited especially lunch time.
Casual dining. Was here for the teo chew noodles and oyster omelette. Fried lai fun, oyster noodles and oyster omelette were good. Seafood mee suah was ok. The prawn cakes tasted different from what I expected. It was a bit dry and rough.
best thing bout the place is food for me, love the seafood one, employee is thoughtful on me who is crazy to be outside on a hot day, but i like it. Service was fine but not excellent. Atmosphere so so because there is not much to look outside, price is a bit on average. But still i like the food here.
Ordered a seafood meesua and fried oyster omelette dough kinda thing called 蚝烙。
Mee sua had indeed a very starchy texture as many said, but still within acceptable range (and in fact I know a lot of girls who like this texture). Taste-wise it’s tasty with a Chinese wine flavour.
On the other side, the 蚝烙 had an interesting texture, where the end was crispy like a deep-fried egg, while the inner side was soft and doughy. It almost combined both Malaysian and Taiwanese version of 蚝煎 into one. Taste-wise, it’s mostly the type of fried-food fragrance, tasty but not too remarkable, and to me a bit too oily.
Overall, a place with tasty unique food. But due to its uniqueness (like you can’t find teochew food easily nowadays), the price is slightly on the high side compared to the ingredients you get.