The slices of beef were fragrant, slightly smoky-sweet and a little chewy. The rice vermicelli was somewhere in between thin bee hoon and laksa bee hoon, and went quite well with the tangy dressing and generous crushed peanuts that were provided. I created my own special dressing by adding lots of sliced chili padi to the dressing, so it was spicy and tart at the same time. Ooh, added oomph!
In this set, one has a choice between prawn paste on sugar cane (as above) or a fried spring roll. I chose this one as I like gnawing on the sugar cane, but the spring roll isn't too bad either.
Quite an enjoyable quick lunch.