This restaurant has a somewhat bland and understated facade. Inside, there is not much to the space, though the owners have done their best to dress up the dining area with some local decor. But as with many 'dive-y' restaurants, they let the food do the talking! Being from Malaysia, I can't say that this is 100% authentic, as many of the dishes do have a Singaporean twist to them. But the food is definitely good!
The Roti Chanai was delicious, though the Murtabak that we Malaysians are used to is a completely different dish than what they serve here, which is essentially 2 roti chanai with meat in the middle. The Char Koay Teow was close to authentic though not up to Penang-style standards and very salty the day we were there. The Laksa was probably our favorite - spicy and full of flavor and spot on! Satay and Hokkein Mee were both excellent as well. Did not personally try the Chicken Rice but my father enjoyed in.
In all, if you are not looking for atmosphere but for some good down home cooking, give this place a try! Great value, great food!