All dishes may contain traces of the following allergens: Wheat; Gluten; Peanuts; Nuts; Sesame Seeds; Celery; Soybeans; Milk; Eggs; Mustard; Lupin; Pork; Mollusc; Crustaceans; Fish; Sulphur Dioxide or Alcohol. Please note that if you are pregnant you may need to take caution when consuming any of the above dishes. For any questions regarding the allergen contents of specific dishes please contact the restaurant directly.
Hokkien Mee - Fried thick yellow noodles braised in
thick dark soy sauce is stir fried together with crispy pork lard, prawns, pork and fish cake slices.
Char Kway Teow
Char Kuey Teow is a famous Malaysian stir-fried rice
noodle dish with eggs, prawns, bean sprout, chives and fishcakes.
Mee Siam which means is a famous Nyonya dish of stir
frying the thin rice vermicelli with spicy, sweet and sour Thai flavoured paste, served with Acar (pickled veges) and with half a hard boiled egg.
Chef Rasa Sayang Wat Tan Hor
slightly fried flat
rice noodles swimming in egg starch gravy with pork, prawns, vegetables and fish cakes.
Chicken, seafood or yong tau fu
Dry Noodle Only
Choose from curry chicken, hainan chicken or minced pork
Prawn Mee - A Noodle soup dish with shrimp stock and
other spices served with beansprouts, pork slices, hard boiled egg and prawns.
Pan mee is a kind of noodle soup with self-made noodles,
pork and anchovy broth. Topped with minced pork, black fungus and vegetables.
Chilli Pan Mee
Fish Ball Noodle
Yong Tau Fu Noodle Soup
Fish Head Noodle
A noodle soup with deep fried salmon
fish head and evaporated milk, pickled vege,sour plum and tomato added for the flavour of the soup.
Loh mee is a noodle served in thick gravy soup with
thick yellow noodles, pork, prawns, fish cakes and vegetables.