The restaurant was recommended by my friend Jessica Tan. I wanted to try it out but never really made an effort until I read in The Strait's Times that it was going to close on 30 Nov 2013 and relocate sometime somewhere in 2014.
The restaurant is owned by a lawyer turned chef, Mr Willin Low.
It is hidden at the top of mount Emily. So it is not that convenient to get there if you don't drive, but if you drive, you can't drink.
Food is a mixture of western and local. A typical example is their signature dish, Dry Laksa Pasta.
Nice cozy place, food is unique and taste is good, Price is not too high.
Cod fish with Chai poh.