The prequel to the meal arrived in the form of a salad, a warm bun with some really fluffy butter, and some brocolli soup.
The Soup was VERY thick - the closest to porridge soup can come. But it lacked appropriate filtering as there were bits of rusk in it. The taste was well ballanced and rich, but the occasional texture of the rusk bits distracted from the enjoyment of this. The salad was greatly helped by the dressing. But that should not be the case (ought to be able to stand on its own). The bread was warm and moist inside -- and the butter seemed freshly whipped; which made it really light --both spread and tasted like a cloud!. Only a slight hint to butter taste.
Then came the chicken atop rice. This dish had a well-balanced taste -- with the seasoning of the chicken complimenting the cheese atop it. The vegtables were not all well cooked - some being very hard (virtually uncooked). The rice (below the chicken) complimented the taste of the chicken.
Finally the tea...
tea -- but with coffee cream?!?
The tea came with coffee cream modules. Not keen to feel ill later, I asked the server to please provide milk - which they did (thanks!). Bagged and unremarkable; but tea all the same.
This establishment has (free) guest internet available - a nice, thoughtful touch.
chicken lunch special
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Dec 08, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD75(Lunch)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 4