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The food is good and service is excellent.
It's a small shop, but growing in popularity. Quite casual, you can eat alone.
Good vareity of dishes to order here, from traditional chicken rice varieties, to stir fry options.
There are decent dietary options for those that need them. (Gluten, vegetarian)
Value for money is decent, lunches around $14-15.
Time to serve is good. Food temperature is great, you can tell it's fresh from the wok straight to your plate in front of you.
Serving size is reasonable. Enough to leave you on the edge of full.
Singapore noodles and Mee goreng we're great. Char kway teow is not charred like the street hawker style version (Warong makes the best CKT)
So far I'm enjoying this new dining option. But I think this place is still establishing itself and finding it's rhythm in North Adelaide, and I will keep visiting and trying new meals, observing how they continue to establish. See less
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