The char siew and crispy pork belly ($5 with rice) were also delightful. I thought that the crispy pork belly wasn’t going to be crispy because it seemed like it had been hanging out in the open for quite awhile. But I was wrong. The crackling still had a good crunch, and the layers of meat and fat were distinctly divided, making it easy for the health conscious to remove the fat easily. The char siew was also well roasted, with a sweet caramelised exterior. However, the meat was a tad dry.