This place basically serves hawker food but in a nice setting (buffet style though). I had some OK satay, kebabs, and roti prata. It's certainly not the best I've had compared to the down-and-dirty hawker places, but it's not bad.
I'm told that it's hard to get seating at this place, but I don't think I'll be fighting to come here anytime soon. Still, I guess that it's not a bad place to take out-of-towners to sample local food who might be intimidated with the thought of sitting on plastic stools in a smoke-filled sweaty hawker center.