The menu items at this place ranges from really affordable ($3 braised meat rice) to a brow raising pricey ($35 for fried oysters). I'm not sure I have the logic behind the prices figured out here. The food was pretty enjoyable to the point that I'm sure I'll be back again someday.
One of the items which I got was the braised pork rice which I had a basis of comparison from the lu rou fan from both Peng Lai Ge and Lai Lai. Besides, I love that stuff. The one served here tasted much like the ones served in the former location, savory rather than slightly sweet. The portions were a little smaller than I had expected, but it was tasty and I could have easily downed two of them. There was a pretty good fried rice as well as deep fried pig liver which I've not had prepared in such a manner before. The pot stickers or guo tie was quite decent, but I think I prefer the ones that are sold at the food centre down at People's Park which were meatier and has more flavourful fillings with crispier skins.
Being a Taiwanese place, I was hoping to see braised or fried pig intestines on the menu. Unfortunately, those weren't available. And I'll also stick to a proven Asahi compared to their Taiwan Beer the next time.