Prices are pretty reasonable ranging from $9.50 to $12.00. Servings are generous; I couldn't finish my bowl of Assam Laksa and hubby didn't finish his wat tan hor either. I enjoyed the Assam Laksa, not too fishy but could be spicier. Still, my Mum's Assam Laksa wins, but by far, this is the best I have tasted in Malaysian restaurants. The rice spaghetti was smooth, the assam soup was tasty with a lovely red colour and there were also pieces of mackerel. Most importantly, the laksa was served with prawn paste or hae koe. Chris enjoyed his Wat Tan Hor (combination rice noodles in egg gravy) with the rice noodles well fried with the 'charred' or wok hei flavour.
It will be good to visit again with a group of friends to try their a la carte dishes like pandan chicken, marmite chicken, butter prawns, fish head curry, salted fish pork belly, bak kut teh, butter oat chicken, beef rendang, curry chicken and many more.
Are you salivating? Are you tempted to visit Albee's?