This restaurant was previously Hess 61 where they served affordable abalone and I thought they were doing quite well until this shop replaced it.
This restaurant basically serves noodles and it originates from GuangDong which was surprising.
I used to think noodles and wontons originated from Hong Kong.
They have other branches in Happy Valley hence their expensive price range.
When I ordered the noodles with prawn roe they asked if I would like oyster sauce and I was quite impressed because not everyone likes oyster sauce.
On a second thought although it was complimentary with noodles not served in soup, for other noodles it costs $5 extra for oyster sauce so it was a good way of them saving resources if people didn’t like oyster sauce (in other words "han fan la!!" - in Chinese!!).
For plain noodles it costs around $2X and for the noodles with prawn roe it costs $4x, so the prawn roe is worth $12!!
So just imagine eating expensive noodles for breakfast!!
noodles with prawn roe
noodles with wonton
The wontons were nice but extremely tiny! They were as tiny as the wontons at Winton World, which specialises in mini wontons!!
Winton world: http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/commentdetail.htm?commentid=2218595
Nice and spicy but not impressed with black eyelash or whatever it was!