I ordered the brisket curry with thick noodles, and the clear soup brisket with rice.
Clearly the soup brisket was better, each strands of the meat could be seen, and very soft and tender with the stringy bits or elastic membranes. The brisket in the curry was however slight tough and hard.
The noodles were OK, but it was weird there was already red vinegar poured on top, I prefer to put it in myself.
Priced at $38, I felt it was quite good compared to the prices at Chinese cafes, at $38 the chinese cafes give you crap, and not all pure meat either.