You need to find your own table, and order at the other room. The staff here is like robot. They don’t say hi or even say anything at all. Quite rude honestly. Place is small but the people coming over all the time. Not suitable...More
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This place is overrated and is mostly for the foreigners or people coming to visit. You won't see locals crowding here. The food is average and it is not authentic Peranakan food. There are better food else where. Maybe not my first choice but location...More
decided to take away the food back to the hotel but end up they don't provide takeaway plastic bags.i asked again because i couldn't carry all the food in two hand so one of the staff there gives me a used recycle bag and charge...More
Cendol was the reason why I want to go Jonker 88 again since my last visit 10 years ago. However this time I find that the standard has dropped. Both the gula melaka and coconut milk taste different. It lacks flavour and sweetness. Perhaps due...More
Crowded, stuffy and packed. No queue system. You have to find your own table. Not recommended for big groups. We tried to queue but decided to take away after waiting for some time. The cendol with its gula melaka was yummy and worth the money.
Place is very very popular. Expect to hunt and stalk for tables. Walk all the way in to order, often a queue at the sole counter but moves fast. There's an 80sen charge for takeaway (container). If in a group, split to get a table...More
Nothing special. We can ABC and a noodle soup dish. Pretty average. Have had better food for cheaper in other parts of the town.
Food is good. Variety of noodles. Portions are huge so one bowl can be shared by two. Again the chendol was the hit with me. As for the restaurant space is limited. Very old fashion concept. Not very well kept but the food is good....More