We ordered the Wasuga Chicken Wing for appetizer. Initially I thought it was some Japanese marinated chicken wings. I only realized it meant "Wa Su Ga" (in dialect) meaning "I like" Chicken Wing after doing some research on their menu.
Wasuga ("I Like") Chicken Wing 4/5
For soup, we had the Old Fashion Chicken Broth in a bowl. It was an interesting, light and refreshing soup boiled with melon, dried scallop and bits of rice.
Old Fashion Chicken Broth 4/5
Old Fashion Chicken Broth with bits of rice in the soup
For the main, we had Bangers & Mash and Meatball Melt to share. The sausage and mashed potatoes were nice. We enjoyed the additional texture of the mashed potatoes served with potato skins.
The Meatball Melt was Italian meatball (beef + pork) topped with marinara sauce and melted cheese. It was served in a big bowl and it can be quite messy to eat. One of us don't enjoy the taste of the meatball but I find it ok.
Bangers and Mash 4/5
Meatball Melt 3/5
The overall experience was comfortable home cooked food. Don't expect high end restaurant standards here. One suggestion for the restaurant is to reduce the portion of their serving and thus reduce the price further. All of us find that the portion were really too big.
To get here, take bus 155 from Eunos MRT (along Sims Avenue not in the bus terminal). Alight at the 4th stop after Eunos MRT. Cross the street, turn left and walk towards Lorong L Telok Kurau.
The Garden Slug
55 Lorong L Telok Kurau
Nearest MRT: Eunos (EW Line)