This is my first report on our 5 weeks holiday of Europe/UK via Singapore, and our first stop in Singapore presented probably the only disappointing moment of the whole holiday. We thought we would make a visit to China town for a meal, and after walking along a few streets looking at the various restaurants, decided on Da Dong Restaurant because of its external appearance - wrong decision. We were ushered upstairs and asked if we could sit near a window which overlooked the street, but were told those tables were for more people (there were 3 of us) but considering no-one else came upstairs whilst we were there....and the table they sat us at was right next to a storage area where the staff had to keep brushing past us to get to. That wasn't such a big deal, but added to the way the waiter (and I would summise, owner) treated us it made for an unpleasant experience. He wanted us to order a few dishes and we share, however we indicated that my daughter and I only wanted a light meal. The waiter kept insisting on us ordering certain things and indicated portions were small, which we said no to, he acted distracted by an earpiece when we asked prices of things, didn't want to understand at times, then said at the end - fried rice (turned out to be seafood fried rice and my daughter and I don't eat seafood), the mixed vegetables I ordered consisted of bok choy only......I could go on, but we just felt when we got the bill, we had been wripped off. So I would definitely stay clear of this restaurant if I ever return to Singapore. When you are in a foreign country you accept when you order something and it isn't quite what you thought and you don't enjoy it.... but in this instance is was purely the waiter pushing and pretending he wasn't unterstanding us when it suited him - you almost felt he was on commission!