chopstickHummus: There was a very small amount of hummus. It was 'fancified' by the addition of a few whole chickpeas, a grape tomato and a black olive. Not like a Kalamata olive, but like a black olive that you get from a can of black olives. The hummus was pretty flavorless, and also pretty oily. C
chopstickFalafel: Burnt. We smelled something burning before they brought the falafel to the table, and then it arrived and it was burnt. There were three small pieces ($50 maybe), and neither for the price nor the amount was it worth it. C-
chopstickSalad: there was a middle eastern salad that came with the falafel-- lettuce, bell peppers, tomatoes, etc. It was nothing special and the lettuce was brown, making it extra not-special. D
chopstickMixed meat platter: The lamb skewer was overdone, the chicken skewer had chunks of chicken fat hanging off the bits, and the kofta skewers were gristly. C
I like middle-eastern food. Or good middle-eastern food. But this wasn't good at all. Anyway, I can't tell you where to get better middle-eastern food in HK, I can just tell you to not go here. D+
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