*In One Simple Sentence:*
Private Restaurant Club with great greasy food and a reasonable price tag
A membership is 4000HK$ at the moment (2012), try to borrow one of your friends, you can use it to dine in without problems (no verification etc)
Food rating: 7/10
Price: HK$200 pax
Serving Tab Water/Tea: Yes-Yes
English Menu: No (!)
What we really liked:
The fantastic marinated eggs and the egg prawns
And what not:
It's a private "Dining Club" means only with a expensive membership you are usually allowed in
Service was good, very efficient in replacing empty tea and water pots, dishes were served in a timely manner and the general attitude of the service personnel was nice and friendly.
Located directly at the entrance of LKF, left side, on the 7th floor of a normal residential building. This also explains the "private club" character as there is no official restaurant license given out in residential buildings.
This also means the whole place is more cozy, smaller and better in service than the usual huge and loud Dim Sum Places elsewhere.
Fantastic, the portions are big and the flavour and texture of the Shanghainese styled food is great. Shanghainese naturally is pretty greasy, and that's what you get here as well. Especially dishes such as the "Pork Knuckle" or the "Shrimp in Egg paste" are high on cholesterol and calories, but fantastic in taste.
Our must tries are the marinated eggs with perfect egg yolg texture, the pork knuckle and the sweet rice desert.
We didnt like the Xiao Long bao though, as the soup inside wasn't hot enough and the skin was too thick.
I also have to add that everything here is very reasonable priced, means we shared well over 10 dishes and walked out with a per head spending of approx 200HK$.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Dec 11, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD200(Dinner)
Value for Money4
Keep it up!