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Thai Hotpot Jan 07, 2013
Having been a long time fan of Openrice but never a writer. Time to break my virginity after visiting this small Thai 'Cha Chan Tang" close to home.
I am a big big hotpot fan and like to discover when theres a new hotpot spot. I visited this place for lunch in the past and thought their food was decent. Few weeks back I found they had Groupon for a hotpot set of 2 on sale and decided to give it a try with 2 friends when it was freezing cold at 12 degrees out there.
We were seated at the quiet corner and given the menu for the hotpot set. First thing to order had to be a BEER!
Seafood set: shrimps x 2 , clams, squid, few slices of fish, and fishballs, etc...
Beef set: few slices of beef, beef balls, viet ham and slices of abalone etc..
Each set was also filled with bunch of veggie, corn, dried bean curd, vermicelli and deep fried bean curd x 2
The chef ( and i guess he is the boss) came out from the kitchen towards the end of our meal asking for our feedback .. we complimented their soup base with the beef and he suggested us we could try the hot and sour soup (with "BB level" spicyness) with seafood next time around...
All in all, it was a very satisfying meal to the three of us .. high quality hotpot for $80 bucks per head (with a few beers, extra beef and veggie). I would come back again even without groupon during this cold winter (regular price @ $68 bucks per set) ..
Keep up the good work!
Supplementary Information:The chef told us we could order a non-spicy version of the salad upon request.
The staff was friendly especially the chef (the suspicious boss )
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Jan 04, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately HKD80
Dining Offers: Tasting Event, Group-buy
Value for Money5
Seafood means a lot of sea food! :) Oct 24, 2011
Thai Cuisine is along King's Road which makes it very easy to spot. I have been wanting to eat there for days already!
Finally, after working out, I went to Thai Cuisine by myself to eat dinner as I have to pick up my sister from practice at 11PM.
It is good that they have bi-lingual menu! I find it very difficult to order in a restaurant that does not have pictures or English menu.
Ice mango & coconut milk with sago - HKD16
The noodles were a bit bland, but the chili made it a lot better! I was actually enjoying the food even if it was a bit spicy (I put in chili) then I was wondering if it was worth my money or not..thay I saw all the seafood..it had A LOT of seafood!
This was my first and only time to eat here. I would say it is a bit pricey for the taste that I got. But hey, at least chili fixed it somehow!
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Aug 04, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD64(Dinner)
Value for Money3