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精采點心家聚日 Dec 17, 2012
relative's family-member highly recommended their "canteen" in east-TST, so we travelled here with a group of 12 for this sat-afternoon for dim-sum time especially some of us return from Canada :
most of the foods are over-expectation: roast pigeon is one of the excellent-dishes besides the dim-sum, it's really a baby-size that just right for the deep-fried timing Nevertheless steam dumpling, crispy "cha-siu bun", deep-fried spring-roll, sticky-rice with chicken, fried sticky-rice with chinese sausage, steam rice-roll, dessert like water chestnuts-cake, steam milk with egg-white are good performance with good taste the roast-pork is the only dish need to be improved cos the skin no longer crispy & tasteless too service is sfsg or maybe we have so much to talk, so we finished our lunch+tea around 5:00pm when we are the last table which suppose to left asap for their banquet preparation by evening
Supplementary Information:~ spacious area & over-standard of dim-sum in average ^^!
Recommended Dish(es): baby-pigeon,most of the dim-sum
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Nov 17, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD80
Value for Money4
i don't want to come back Apr 28, 2008
attended a friend's wedding banquet.
common dishes of wedding banquet, similar to the comment below. but it's one of the worst (or, should be the worst) i've ever tried these few years.
乳豬- tasted bad, it's not the usual taste you expected.
all other things were too salty, tasteless, etc...
even the dessert 紅豆沙is 燶 ga!!!!
from 乳豬to 紅豆沙, all failed, i'd say 唔好食/難食.
and for service.. well, as usual, one waiter for one table. our waiter was quite lazy, didn't want to refill beverage. my glass was empty since the 3rd or 4th dish. my friend asked for a glass of tea (ie, using the wine glass to fill with tea), and he was unwilling to do so.
** friends, i don't want to visit this horrible restaurant again, pls don't plan anymore wedding banquet here!!!!!!!!!!!! **
Spending per head: Approximately HKD500
Value for Money1