We'd book a table so there was no wait. The service was fine given the reasonable prices (i.e. it was pretty much what you'd expect for a restaurant on this type). There was one guy (manager? owner?) around who spoke decent English, which was helpful. (They had an English menu too.)
We tried a few things:
- veal goulash. Despite being described as a goulash, these were in fact thick fried pancakes stuffed with veal. Not particularly spicy, but pretty good
- sichuan chicken. This was excellent. It was a dry (rather than curried) stir fried dish with chillies and spring onions. It was quite (though not very) spicy.
- black pepper beef. This was also excellent. It was also a dry, stir fried dish, with chilies and green peppers, and a bit of a black pepper kick
- spicy chicken friend rice. These are pretty much standard fare in Xinjiang restaurants and were OK, but nothing special
- spicy and sour soup. This was not very good and was a bit of a disappointment given everything else. Adding a bit of salt helped, but not very much and most of this remained unfinished...
Overall, the food was very good (the sichuan chicken and black pepper beef clearly the highlights) and I'll definitely be going back. I could see this becoming one of my favourite halal restaurants in HK...
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jul 22, 2012
Value for Money4
Keep it up!