The fried squid was chewy and savoury. The sweet chilli sauce dip provided a sweetness to the savoury taste of the squid. It was very pleasantly accompanied with the tom yum soup. The tom yum soup was rich with vegetables such as corn, mushroom, carrots and fresh prawns. It tasted earthy, mildly spicy and savoury.
While cutting the fish took some effort, it was all worth it when I got to enjoy the crunchy skin and the soft and firm fresh fish meat. Even though the skin was deep fried, the fish meat itself was tender. It was good to know that I was still going to get my Omega 3 from this fish.
The dessert was a modest glass of vanilla ice cream, topped with red bean jam. The portion was just right as we were quite full at this point. The sweet, rich and creamy ice cream put a pleasant full stop to dinner.
Before we left, we made sure to get the take-out menu to have a look. It was very likely that we were going to come back again.
We were immediately seated as soon as we walked through the doors. At 6pm on a Saturday night, the restaurant was still partially empty. The crowd came in later at 7pm. The waiting staff was always available and very willing to cater to any needs.
The restaurant is spacious and the lighting is dimmed. This give one a cosy feeling as you settle into your seat. This would be a very romantic setting for couples.
Parking was convenient. Both sides of the road offer 1-hour parking.