I honestly felt their Claypot Lou Shi Fun (RM8 per pax) is the best seller here. First off, I felt the lou shi funs are very smooth and slippery, with very fragrant good gravy base. Top it off with loads of minced pork and a raw egg; and it's done. You have to mix the egg so that the egg could give the noodles the smooth texture (can't go wrong with eggs and noodles combination) and it thickens the gravy.
During first 10 mins or so, we were continuously taking plates from the conveyor belt. Seriously, there are really lots and lots of food - fresh plates of fishballs, prawns, meatball, pork and beef slices, vege, beancurd skin, mussel, squid, dumpling