The menu is pretty much Hainanese fare, with the Chicken Chop looking prominent. Other interesting items were steamed prawn, assam fish and a very interesting "ayam goreng samsu" (hmmmm ... the sign prominently reads "Ditanggung Halal" ?).
We had the Chicken Chop and Fried Rice and both were good.
The fried rice especially was well executed - not oily and fluffy with individual grains and with nice plump medium sized prawns.
What struck me most about this place was the private family booths - something that has now become extinct in the Klang Valley. This took me back some 30 years, to the coffee shops of the 60s and 70s. Priceless. I hope they preserve this place for posterity.
Location : 86, Jalan Abdullah, Muar