Once I got there I noticed they also had roti canai, and being a sucker for rotis I just had to try it. So I ordered one otak-otak and one roti canai.
Roti canai ($2.75)
- Flaky on the inside and not bad, but not fluffy.
- Curry weak and not very flavourful.
- Best part of this is that it's cheap at $2.75.
- Pretty large portion for $3.
- Taste was OK.
- What was personally disappointing was that I had hoped for the grilled Singaporean style and hadn't expected it to be the steamed style of otak-otak, and this probably biased my enjoyment of it.
- If you've never had it before, it's worth a try. It's like a tender fish ball with a complex flavour of spices.
- Only $1! For a pretty big portion of dessert.
- As desserts go it's pretty decent tasting and not too sweet. At $1, this is great value!
Food overall OK but bonus points for service and price for portion.