A mix of Japanese cheerful fast food which unusually has large portions and a mix of noodle bowl 🥣 food to sushi and fried favourites like squid 🐙 balls on a stick. The staff are helpful and friendly. Would go back and try other Sushi 🍣 😋
Amazing food! Best flavours. Will def eat here again.
Yummy Malaysian food. Reasonably priced. Friendly chef
Not too bad a place for Asian food. Tastes fine, not perfect but perfectly acceptable and pricing is good for what you get, assume around $15 and it won't be too far off. Portions are fine, my benchmark is whether I walk out looking for more food to top up (which happens more often than it should) and here, I felt quite content when I left. Putting this into context, I'm a slim person of average height, so I'm not a glutton by any means. I had Hokkien Mee here, which is savoury wet fried egg noodles with seafood in a dark soy sauce with a slight caramel sweetness. The original Hokkien Mee should be thick egg noodles in a dark soy sauce gravy, but they use thinner noodles. However, taste is acceptable and in fact better than a well-known Malaysian restaurant nearby on The Terrace, which served me an insipid creamy pale plate of "Hokkien Char" the last time I was there, although I suspect many customers there wouldn't know it wasn't right. Seating is limited so get there early or take your chances and be ready to wait a little. Sharing a long table is the norm and the right thing to do here when busy. Those used to South East Asian street food will find this place acceptable without being exceptional. I'd have no objection to eating here again.
Best chicken noodle soup in the CBD
Photo doesn’t do it justice 😋