A popular eatery in Kowloon City; known for its beef buns. A recent evening, four of us ordered a dinner for 4, with the buns. The buns lived up to their big name, very juicy inside, not too oily on the outside even they were pan-fried both sides. The beef was tasty and cooked just right. Thanks to the waitress whom reminded us to eat the buns right-the-way before the juice was absorbed by the bun.
The other dishes in the set dinner were all tasty, since I don’t have much exposure to Islam food; all I can say is they all have their unique flavors.
Only complain is the place is too small, too crowded, 4 of us had to squeeze in a small table shared by 6 others. I can easily mix up our own dishes with the other parties. There was no extra room to put our belongings except on our lap while we were eating!
Value for Money 4