Instead of having crabs (which we had in the last few days), we ordered 3 fried chicken wing (RM3 each), steamed prawns with ginger (RM25), fried squid with salted egg yolk (RM12) and Cantonese fried noodles (RM6).
succulent prawns steamed to perfection... fresh & juicy
a normal plate of Cantonese fried koay teow
This restaurant doesn't serve any dessert. Thus, we left the place to continue our hunt for dessert.
Total bill including a pot of hot chinese tea was approximately RM60 which is reasonable for a company of three.