It is an excellent hole in the wall restaurant. I had a great time here. The food was amazing and I really liked the atmosphere. It is a tiny place though. There is a max occupancy of 30 I will say or there about and there was a queue outside when when we left.
Something I did find amusing was a review of the restaurant by the Guardian which but the atmosphere at 2 out of 10, however, I loved it! It was intimate and great.
Not many seats, recommend come a bit later so you don’t need to queue up. Staffs are busy but still friendly.
Milo tastes good, basically it’s chocolate milk. All dishes are a bit salty to my taste but still taste good. They serve fresh food. Fired rice is interesting, the rice itself is a lot smaller than average rice. Flat bread is good, I personally prefer it without curry sauce.
Price is very good. Two people, three dishes plus a drink cost £22. Will come back here again!
Really love the food here, and the tea tarik takes me back to Malaysia, but be prepared to queue for at least an hour on most occasions and if you can, try not to bring big bags as there is hardly any room inside. Seating is cramped and it is likely you'll be sitting on a table with others, but it's all part of the experience and all will be forgotten once you start eating! This is truly no frills dining and be prepared to be asked to leave the moment you've finished by your food, so others can fill the seats.