The dining area was quite small and it was very crowded during breakfast hours.
Didn't expect much for the breakfast, but was pleasantly surprised by the simple yet tasty porridge and fried bee hoon.
The porridge/cooked rice was separated from the broth. You can decide the thickness of your porridge by adjusting the ratio of porridge and broth. The tasty broth is similar to the soup base of Mee Soto, loved it with some shredded chicken, shallots and lots of green onions and parsley.
Salad, cereals were available as well. We preferred their local asian selection, in particular their beef sausages and fried bee hoon.
|Beef Sausage & Fried Bee Hoon|
However, the standard wasn't consistent, the Mee Goreng and sausage on the next day somehow just can't match what we had the first day. Luckily the porridge was still as nice.