This is a super-casual eatery, catering mostly to university students and residents in the area. Utensils are self-serve, and while the food is served to the outdoor tables, the proprietors would like customers to return the plates and utensils when they are done. Dishes are under AU$10 (though I do remember a time when we paid only AU$6 for a plate of noodles) and a much more delicious alternative to on-campus food fare. To be honest, the food wasn't the same as we remembered, and we learnt that uncle has delegated the cooking responsibilities to another person. The food was still tasty, but incomparable to the dishes cooked by the master himself.
Char kuey teow - needed a bit more dark soy sauce and wok hei to be perfect:
Hor fun was rather delicious with abundant egg sauce that wasn't too gloopy:
Mi rebus - a good version of one of my childhood favourites. I remember buying a bowl of mi rebus at my primary school in Malaysia for 30 cents (equivalent to about AU$0.10):
Chicken rice - average as far as chicken rice goes. This one is favoured by many, and a good option for kids and relatively fussy eaters:
We had a good chow and catch up with familiar food and old friends.
Nedlands, WA 6009