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Absolutely horrible Dec 05, 2010
We had 3 udons, and one udon with cheese.
The udon noodle itself is not particularly good. Not bad, but not great. It may or may not be hand made as they claim.
The soup for the udon is probably the worst part. It is a very salty base, and tastes like it is packed with MSG. It tastes very similar to the soup you get in instant noodles. Pork bone should should be thick, hearty, and umami. This stuff was just slick, greasy, and salty. Horrible.
The cheese sauce didn't taste like cheese AT ALL. It was sort of this sweet slimy salty sauce. I couldn't even finish the dish.
We did try a few grilled items, and they were pretty good.
Service wasn't particularly good, as when you order, the waiter will look away and ignore you between items. They aren't very attentive, and have that attitude you often see in overhyped popular HK restaurants, where they don't care about customer service because they know there is a line of people outside wanting to spend their money.
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Date of Visit: Dec 02, 2010
Value for Money1
Yet another restaurant to satisfy my udon cravings Feb 07, 2010
Udon has always been my favorite noodle, and the udon at this restaurant is truly up to my high standard! (Even my boyfriend, who isn't a huge fan of udon, thought it's good!)
一口雞芝士撈手打烏冬 - the juiciness of the chicken took me by surprise and the amount of cheese for the bowl of udon was just right; highly recommended!
秘製雞柳蕃茄湯手打烏冬 - decent soup with well marinated chicken
雞軟骨串燒 and 糖心蛋 - not bad, but nothing special
It was unfortunate that we didn't get to try the restaurant's signature dish, 豬骨濃湯烏冬, as it has been sold out. Nevertheless, the food was satisfying and I will definitely go back for more!
Recommended Dish(es): 一口雞芝士撈手打烏冬, 秘製雞柳蕃茄湯手打烏冬
Date of Visit: Jan 31, 2010
Spending per head: Approximately HKD45(Lunch)
Value for Money3