Top marks for the food, nothing else mattered really. If it's a unique culinary experience you're after, particularly as a traveller, this is a good place to start. An earlier review pointed out to a "peranakan" influence, which I agree with. Essentially, what this entails is a fusion of the best culinary skills and ingredients of Chinese, Thai and Malay origin to create a unique genre of culinary masterpiece. Most will like it, some might get a bit confused, but if you haven't tried this, be it in Raya or peranakan havens in Penang or Malacca, you should, and it might well turn out to be a uniquely delightful culinary experience. The price is reasonable, and service pretty fuss-free. In terms of ingredients used, and portions, I would even say it's good value for the money.
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