I ordered the Curry Chicken that comes with a drink ($6.49) – from inspecting previous reviews, I went with the watermelon slushy.
My curry dish was okay, perfect size for lunch and served with broccoli. Nothing incredibly special, yet nothing incredibly bad. It could use a little more coconut milk and maybe some sliced chili peppers to give it some kick.
The watermelon slushy was sweet and delicious. I love when places get the watermelon slushy right and this is probably the best place I’ve had it so far.
Liane went with the beef hot pot ($5.99). Average price for hot pot, there was some good stuff in it – beef, glass noodles, cabbage, bok choy and tofu. Not too bad, the broth was okay.
This place is barely busy and a bit of a small space so it’s an interesting place to have a conversation. The kitchen is at the front so we were literally watching the guy make our food. Kind of awkward.
I would probably come back here for the watermelon slushy during the summer months when I’m in the area.