Another famous dish here is the Spring Chicken. The meat is not only soft but the sauce to marinate the chicken has also absorbed into the chicken completely, leaving behind the aroma between your teeth. Anyway, this is not my plate as I don't think it really tastes very special or delicious and I definitely dislike the idea to eat the 'small-sized' chicken. The next dishes are the Homemade Fried Prawn Popiah and Fried Tofu that are served with the Thai Chili sauce. The prawns, celery and spices are layered among the popiah skin; being hot and crunchy upon serving. The Tofu is soft and smooth that it'll just 'melt' in my mouth, except that it's too oily.
Sorry to say that we've to eat 'Paul'... Actually, our next order is the Octopus that is served with the Chili sauce that has been mixed with the grounded peanuts. The dish tastes normal but I do enjoy the chewiness of the octopus. Not to forget the Fried Mantis Prawn with Dried Chili that is nothing special to be commented about; As usual, one of my favourite seafood. Kerabu Mango; it's the mixture of mango slices, sliced onions, chopped chili padi and cashew nuts in the sweet and sour sauce. I personally feel that the sauce is too thick and sweet.