Most Chinese restaurants charge tea prices. Tea price per person ($11), but it also includes half of a "thousand year egg". I thought the "thousand year egg" was quite tasty, the yolk was a little runny
Bowl of Barbecue Pork rice ($3X): The barbecue pork was lean but soft and easy to bit apart. But it was extremely red, I think they added too much food coloring. It doesn't have the same taste as other BBQ pork, but my friend and I didn't personally like it. The rice was lukewarm and hard, there isn't any taste of rice as well.
Barbecue Goose "Lai Fun" clear noodles ($5X): There were probably 6 pieces of BBQ goose, however 3 pieces were bones covered in skin. The other 3 pieces had some meat but the meat was tough. The 'lai fun' was okay, nothing too spectacular.
Fried Squid with Salt and Pepper ($8X): The batter was thin and crispy. The size of the squid was pretty big compare to other restaurants, so I do feel like I'm eating squid instead of the batter. I think this was probably the best dish out of the 3. But then again, I don't think it was worth the price.
Service: Medicore. It was difficult to get their attention because they were very busy.
I probably wouldn't come here again. I expected it to be better since it received an award on openrice. But I think it would be a nice place to bring a business partner since it's clean and have comfortable seating.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Sep 09, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD150(Lunch)
Value for Money2
Keep it up!