Although I am a big fan of Char Koay Teow, I am often skeptical about the ones you get from shopping malls as they often lack the "wok hei" (flavour, taste and essence imparted by a hot wok during stir frying) and less tasty due to the omission of chee yau char (lard fritters).
However, my first bite into the Char Koay Teow here converted my beliefs; it was aromatic and absolutely delicious with the right amount of spiciness. The flat rice noodles were stir fried with Chinese chives (koo chye), beansprouts, prawns, eggs, fish cakes, cockles, chilli and served on a plate laid with banana leaf. Apparently this makes the noodles taste better as it obtains an additional aroma from the leaf.
Hubby ordered a Fried Rice Special with Fried Egg and Chicken Wings. This was pretty average and there wasn't really anything special with it. The chicken wings were pretty tasty though, so next time we'll just give the fried rice a miss and order the chicken wings as a side dish.