The reality is this is just a pleasant SainKung restaurant to relax and have some cas.ual food. You will enjoy the experience if you do not have very high expectations about the cooking standards. Mostly very boring fare but do not let that deter you from having a relaxing meal.
There is public meter parking outside, which is very convenient. The ground floor is the bar area and lots of expats congregate, apparently their local. The upstairs restaurant is open air with ceiling fans. Very relaxed but limited sea view. Mostly just watching cars going by.
Menu is simple. Honest, yes. Fancy, no.
A parcel of mozarella cheese wrapped in Parma ham. Not so good. No aroma. Tough ham, plasticky cheese.
Crab cake - tasted borderline fishy.
Steak and Guinness pie. Not a real pie. More like a stew with a separate pie crust thrown on top. Acceptable ho hum dish. Unpretentious.
Australian ribeye steak grilled medium rare - Not good. A very soft texture, even for ribeye.
Seafood pasta - a little strange tasting. Not spolit, just a little strange. We left it unfinished.
Ceasar salad - OK
Mashed potato - gummy.
French fries - great. Best dish of the evening.
Look, this really is an OK restaurant if you just want a place to relx and have a few laughs. The price is fair. Chsmpsgne prices are great. 30% mark up, not the usual 200%.
They ran out of oysters so no way to tell if they are any good.
Next time we go will be many of us, ordering salad, oysters, burgers, French fries, and lots of champagne, and bring our cigars.
French fries,Ceasar salad
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Spending per head: Approximately HKD330Other Ratings:
Value for Money 3