I have to admit that much of the food from Han's is really standard fare, but you can't deny that their set meals (consisting of a soup, toast, main course, drink and dessert) are quite "value-for-money", so some Singaporeans say.
The fish and chips was quite fresh actually, and I liked the batter used for the fish. The other is Tyler's roast chicken dish, a whole chicken leg drenched in black pepper sauce. The good thing about the main courses from Han's is that they're in a fairly healthy portion, so added together the set meal will fill you up very nicely.
Of course, if you're getting tired of (Singapore-style) "Western" food, there's always locally-inspired dishes for you. This is Daphne's fried rice, very typical, nothing to shout about.
And oh, for our Muslim friends out there, I heard that Han's has a Halal-certified branch at the National Library in Bugis. It's renamed as "Hanis", well something like that. Something for you guys to check out if you're in the area =)
No service charge, which means it's more or less self-service. You've got to get the menu yourself and write down your order in a piece of paper (pencils and order forms provided), bring it to the counter, order, and take back your soups/drinks/dessert. The main course (and other sides that need to be cooked) will be served to you though.
$8.80 for the fish and chips set meal
$10.80 for the roast chicken set meal
$6.80 for the fried rice
Marina Square, #02-206