We find the place already packed with diners when we arrive a little past 6, though the surrounding restaurants are quite empty. The restaurant is quite small and loud, and the plastic covered tables are quite close together- it's not the most comfortable environment, but it's worth it for the food.
Pad Thai 泰式炒貴刁
The stir fried noodles (pad thai) are slightly sweet and sour, and are overall quite enjoyable though nothing amazing. We also ordered stir fried vermicelli noodles which are pretty much the same dish, but with vermicelli noodles instead, which seem to work better thank the thin rice noodles and are stir fried quite well.
Prawn Cakes 蝦餅
The fried prawn cakes were deliciously crispy, with a firm and bouncy texture, and definitely amongst our favourites of the night.
The pork neck is quite flavoursome and very enjoyable, though not spectacular- it's quite similar to most other thai pork neck dishes I've had.
The lamb cutlets are super tasty and seasoned with plenty of herbs and spices, perhaps to the point of being over-seasoned, but I really enjoyed this!
Grapefruit Salad 柚子蝦沙律 Delicious!!
The grapefruit salad's dressing is quite similar to that of the chicken feet salad- vinegar based, slightly sweet and incredibly tasty! It's quite spicy, but if you can stand spice, it's a must try- another favourite of the night.
Oyster Omlette 鐵板蠔仔煎蛋
We ordered the 'oyster pancake' as it was called on the menu, but were disappointed to find that it wasn't a pancake, but rather an oyster omlette. They were quire generous with the oyster, though the omlette was a little on the plain side.
The drinks menu is quite extensive, and we opt for the cendol. It has a strong coconut flavour, and isn't overly sweet
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jan 31, 2011
Occasion: New Year's Eve
Spending per head: Approximately HKD70(Dinner)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 5