Incredibly convenient location given it is right at the Glen Eden Train Station with on street and station car parks. Inside and outside seating available. Service is fairly quick and staff are polite and professional. Food is consistently delicious and well made. I recommend the Hainanese Chicken Noodle (delicious!), Sweet and Sour (decent chunks of meat brilliantly battered) or the Chicken Curry with Roti (the roti is consistently soft and melt-in-your-mouth delicious). I would not recommend the Chicken in Pandan Leaves (entree) as the flavour was lacking or the Nasi Lemak (normally my go to) as I do not believe the price is reflective of the serving size. Generally a great place to eat out and one of the few good West Auckland Malaysian eateries.
Been here for lunch with hubby, ordered Omelette rice with prawns and gravy and Malaysian sambal chicken, although it showed spicy on the menu there was never a hint of spicy in the food which we were expecting but overall food was satisfactory, I enjoyed my cold milo drink though. Ambience wise it is set up in an unlikely place but that’s what gives it its uniqueness.
I love the premises, it is very unique in the old station of Glen Eden, the hospitality is also very good. This time I ordered Fried Kwetiau which I'd give excellent feedback it has a very nice smell and smooth rice noodle. Second menu I ordered was Sambal Fried rice which was on the chef board at that time, unfortunately I'd say this is not for me. The rice too wet and sticky (probably they use fresh cooked rice) and the smell of the sambal was not good either, the taste was plain although i tried to add some more sambal it did not help. The sambal taste weird. The third menu I tried was Lo Mie, the soup was good although it is not thick enough for me, but the noodle does not taste good for me. I probably would try other menu sometimes and absolutely will buy the Fried Kwetiau again.