Tacky name for a restaurant, but looking at its middle-aged owners I would think they were probably on this (conventional) attempt to translate something that is more... "prosperous"-sounding. Probably. But hey, let's talk more about the food ya!
Chicken Rice: 3.75/5
Sometimes I indulge in all the sweet treats, sometimes I splurge on the higher-end stuff. But like Yuan from Sgdessert said recently, sometimes you just want to go right back to the basics. And so here we have, chicken rice! I personally like this chicken rice because the rice is drier and not too oily. The chicken is also very tender and I like the light marination to it as well.
Hot-Plate Beancurd: 3.75/5
Sambal Kangkong: 4.25/5
Seafood Tom Yum Soup: 3.25/5
I like simple and well-prepared dishes like these, which explains for the pretty high (and perhaps, pretty biased) ratings. The sambal kangkong was reallyyy good by the way, it came all hot and spicy. Fairly generous portions and worth the price. It's Halal-certified as well, so it's perfect for our Muslim friends out there :)
$3.80 for the chicken rice
$8.00 for the hot-plate beancurd
$6.00 for the sambal kangkong
$6.00 for the seafood tom yum soup
Yew Tee Point, #01-36/38/39.