Went with my local friend there on Sunday afternoon, it was packed and we were lucky to get a table. Lots of choices on the menu, the waiter served hot "pandan" tea (green fragrance tea commonly used in South East Asia for cooking) right away when we were seated. In general it tasted great and fancy, sitting inside the restaurant get slight oily smell from kitchen (or it was just because we were sitting near to the kitchen).
Worth a try but the price is costing more than the Roti(s) in Malaysia.
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