There is little I can criticize about the service - there is no flaw I can find in fact. But the only dent on this shiny armour is - same as what I witness elsewhere in HK - the presence of noisy Chinese/HK 'patrons'. This time they are the noisy housewives, who mistakenly think this place is a neighborhood charchantang, which, true to HK's pride tradition, is not an establishment that requires table manner. In fact anything. They chat to the point of shouting so that everyone in their vicinity can hear exactly when they say.
Save this rather unpleasant encounter, the whole experience is as memorable as it is refreshing. Special credits go to the beautiful manager who toils to bring me to a magnifiicent seat way from the noisy housewives and raucous Mainlanders.
Recommended Dish(es): Tea set
Table Wait Time: 20 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Nov 25, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD250
Value for Money5
Keep it up!