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Value for Money
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Great pork Jun 02, 2010
For all-you-can-eat at under $150 this wasn't bad at all, especially the Japanese pork. It's probably the best all-you-can-eat quality I've had, and the mini grill at the top was pretty cool - Korean BBQ and hotpot cravings satisfied all at once! I'd stay away from the seafood though. The razor clams we had tasted chalky. Also gets quite busy, so I'd book ahead.
Recommended Dish(es): 豚肉
Date of Visit: Mar 31, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD150(Dinner)
Value for Money4
once is enough Mar 23, 2008
This is the first time for us to have a dinner here after so many media have promoted this restaurant.
The food is OK and there is salmon and oysters in the buffet bar for selection of customers. However, the choices of food are not as many as others; moreover, there is no any fatty beef for picking up in the food-collection area.
The hot metalic plate in the hotpot is too large relative to the size of the hotpot; the gap between the plate and the edge of pot is so narrow that it is quite inconvenient to drop and take the food into and from the hotpot. and, so much oil springs up for that hot plate when we fry the beef. What is more, the most serious problem is the poor ventilation system in the restaurant, which is possiblly not well designed. The seats arrangement is so closed that the smoke from the tables nearby us came to my face. Actuaaly, this is the first time that I encounter such situation that my spectacles are coated with numerous fine oil droplets after any kind of meals, including BBQ and Korean meal.
On the other hand, their service should be appriciated because of the kindness of staffs. The soft-drinks and healthy drinks are also provided without additional charge.
Lastly, I didn't find any information about the charge of seasonings and herbs which cost 8 dollars per head. A staff told me that this charge is newly arranged for replacement of the previous 'tea' charge, when giving me the bill.
Spending per head: Approximately HKD170
Value for Money2
Worth going Mar 13, 2008
This is a new hot pot restaurant.
I saw the ad in magazine. Tried 2 weeks ago:
Food are very fresh, All you can drink and eat.
For all you can eat, you can eat oyster unlimited!! very nice!
Price is not expensive, just 148 with Japanese beef.
Waiter and waitress service are good too (maybe they are new there, they give me name card and discuss about their food) Of course, I am satisfy with their food and service.
Spending per head: Approximately HKD150
Value for Money5