A now you see it now you don't post.
A late late dinner close to 9pm so 2 of us thought of having something with gravy but not too heavy as 1 of us just snacked heavily during happy hour. Spoiled my dinner plans only, hrrmmpphh!
So, we stopped here:- Night time pictureFor a clearer view (taken on a morning days later)To have a delicious piping hot serving for 2 plate of Kong-Fu (not to mean martial arts here, though the handling of fiery red woks in spitting flames do demand great skills, it actually means Cantonese) Chow-Yin-Yong ie Stir fried Flat Rice Noodles with Vermicelli.
Now you see it ..Now you don't.Price:- cannot recall how much it was but believe it is slightly above those usually found at hawker stalls.
Location:- On the same row as Yu Jia Seafood Village, opposite Imbi Palace Restaurant.
This place is very well-known for its Har-Lok Meen ie Mantis Prawns Noodles. So far, I have not tried yet as it sells out quite fast.
Business hours:-A word of caution. Be early or don't be too hungry to arrive. The crowd can be quite maddening at peak hours and even at off peak, the serving time is known to be slow.