- Save for 1 girl (Jasmine), a couple of wait staff were raw and not the most service-oriented people around
- The kitchen was not ready though customers were seated so the wait for food was around 30-45 minutes
- Several dishes were not available e.g., Corn Fritters, Soy Glazed Chicken Wings
I thought I would kick off the list of dishes we had with their signature ribs, as many of us have the attention span of a fruit fly. Oh wait, you have scrolled through the rest of the post? I loved their signature barbecue ribs! Even when I was left with the scorched ends that my dad wouldn't go near with a 10-foot pole.
The ribs were definitely fork-tender, but I would highly recommend having a go at them with your fingers and canines. I am not exactly sure what the seasoning consisted of (am going to Google as soon as I am done writing this) but I have been dropping not-so-subtle hints to KW to try out this recipe.
I like the Bali/Indon take on buffalo wings, as the original is a wee bit too one-note for me.
The crispy pigs ears though crunchy had little else to offer.
The fried tofu was rather uninspiring too as I had hoped for something similar to tahu telok. They were good to have around as we had our little one with us.
Sambal prawns with petai was a heavy knocker, thanks to its fieriness and pungence.
Carbs-wise, there is the Nasi Goreng and Nasi Maggi Goreng. I can't say which is better as it really boils down to preference. KW liked the Maggi Goreng version though I like the mix of brown and white rice within the Nasi Goreng.
Both carb dishes came with keropok, a very sunny side up, shrimp and satay - make for a hearty well-rounded meal. We ordered seconds and the satay were much better (less burnt) the second time round, perhaps due to less stress on the kitchen.