The first dish was a delicious plate of fish cooked with peanut, good choice!
Followed by a claypot of dark stew belly pork, a little bit salty yet tasty.
This specially made "kueh" to go with the belly pork. My father inlaw enjoyed this.
The next was everyone's favourite, deep fried brinjal, highly recommended.
The next veges is also very nice, lady fingers in kelabu style. Good.
A claypot of kampong chicken. Salty.
Besides, these dishes we also tried several of their Hokkien noodles likes "pek kueh", potato noodle, these rare dishes are difficult to find in Kuala Lumpur.