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We ordered the mango salad ($7.50) as a starter. The serving is pretty generous and definitely worth the price. The mangos were very fresh and firm, which is how a mango salad should be. The spices were perfect and packed a kick without overwhelming your palette. This mango salad had pieces of chicken in it and I definitely would have preferred it without.
The other appetizer we ordered was the satay platter ($7.95). It comes with 6 satay skewers either in beef, chicken or pork but you can also choose up to two of the different meats. We ordered the chicken and pork and I preferred the chicken to the pork. The peanut sauce that comes with it was very flavourful and paired with the meat perfectly.
The other main course was the Wat Dan Hor Fun ($7.95). This noodle dish is made with flat rice noodles, which would normally be stir fried or in a broth but this is dish is almost in the middle. It is stir fried with soy sauce but also has a wet sauce that doesn’t make the noodles as oily as it would be just stir fried. It comes with shrimp, chicken and Chinese vegetables. I would have preferred it to be a bit more on the dry side but flavour wise, it was perfect.
They have desserts on their menu but they also have a table right by the front that has an assortment of fried desserts and rice cakes that can be brought home easily. The green pandan rice cake was my favourite amongst the table desserts.