I personally like the dining concept, and find the food there very very good. There is a wide variety of cuisine to choose from, in a hygenic, clean, air-conditioned environment. So I don't mind that the prices are a little more expensive (average prices are about SGD7-8 per person).
We ordered a 2 person kway chap set (SGD7.80) with added items like braised peanuts, salted vegetables, extra pig stomach and intestines (for SGD 6 more). Kway chap is a meal of thin, flat rice noodle sheets in a savoury broth, eaten with braised pork (or in my instance, braised duck) and pig innards like intestines and stomach and other things like firm tofu (tau kwa) or beancurd puffs (tau pok).
The rice sheets were smooth, and thin, and yet also resilient to the bite. I really enjoyed it. The broth was tasty and not too salty.
The braised stuff went very quickly, savoury and delicious. The pig stomach was my favourite!
I will be going back!