Food: Menu was pretty extensive with english translations and pictures - made ordering very easy.
Chicken with egg and broad noodles: Pretty good and huge portions for sharing. I thought it only tasted good with beef, but the chicken turned out very good, with good amounts of chicken (not dry).
Pan fried fish filets with lemongrass and other stuff: This did not appeal to my tastebuds, just tasted insanely flavored - it was 50% fish filets and 50% all these seasoning like things i dont know names of, but chili pepers, lemon grass, leaves of all sorts etc. This might appeal to those who really like very heavily seasoned food? The fish filets themselves were not as large and thick as i prefer and semi dry...
Cabbage greens with garlic: This was like eating a cabbage/brussels sprouts type of vegetable. The picture looked good and the dish looks good when it arrives, but the texture is so much tougher than I'd expect, so it was a lot of work just trying to chew it.... Flavor with garlic was good though.
Deep fried taro cakes (appetizer): This was yum! Vegetarian too so had bits of mushroom mixed in the taro, and the fryedness was perfect, paired with this sweet/sour tamarind type of sauce.
They have a large selection of desserts including little cakes and treats that are like $8 each, so you can mix and match. The mango with sticky red rice was great! Sweet mango chunks (in season now) with piping hot red sticky rice with this white sweet sauce all over.
Sizing it up: This place is pretty decent, i have to try out other dishes next time to get a better picture of whether i really like this restaurant or not. Liked the decor and service was fine.
Date of Visit: Jun 17, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD150(Dinner)
Value for Money3
Keep it up!