難吃到爆!! Apr 07, 2012
My friend and I ordered 3 things - seafood laksa, curry shrimps and garlic bread.
The laksa did not taste laksa at all. I wonder if they have ever tried the real laksa. It costs $68.
The curry fish is just oil + curry paste. It is the worst I have tried. It costs $98.
The garlic bread is just unacceptable. With only very little garlic paste right in the middle. $28.
The three dishes cost $213 (10% service charge). This shop is just a joke with poor food and below average service.
I had diaherria when I returned home probably because of their oily food.
If you are watching movie in Cyberport. Just have a hotdog set at Broadway. You will be more satisfied.
Recommended Dish(es): 沒有
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Apr 06, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD100(Dinner)
Value for Money1
維到皮架喇? May 25, 2011
I eat basically everything BUT thai food. Yes, Thai food.My dislike for Thai food is quite irrational, this i have to admit.
Nevertheless I was kinda forced to eat at a Thai restaurant when i was at Cyperport one afternoon. What a laugh.
It was after lunch hour when we finished the crappy, boring movie at Cyberport cinema. The arcade was pretty deserted and not many restaurants and cafes were still open. What a pity that there was not enough time for us to go to Aberdeen! Left with no choice, Thaima-V was the only restaurant we could go for lunch.
I wonder how the restaurant could be sustained with so little business (Cyberport looked kinda empty to me and there were more shops for lease than stores in operation) - who would come to eat and shop at such a remote corner on the South side of the island? Bel-air residents would not bother to eat here, the restaurants were definitely not attractive to demanding gourmets;many more and better restaurants could be found at Aberdeen and Apleichau. So Cyberport is pretty much stuck in the middle and its pool of potential customers is really small. Lecturers and students nearly might go here for a quick lunch, how about dinner?
Anyway, our dishes came at an unexpected speed, interrupting our discussion on the potential of business at Cyberport. Much to our delight, the dishes were nicely decorated and looked very attractive. We started by digging into the pomelo salad.
The food we had were nice but i am sure better ones could be found at many Thai restaurants in Hong Kong at a cheaper price.This even confused me as who would have come all the way to Cyberport to eat if the restaurants here are just, to speak the truth, so-so? I wonder how they could pay the rent every month and how much patience would be needed to operate business here.
I was stopped by some students conducting a survey about the business at Cyberport, and one question i was asked was whether i think Cyberport is a good place to do business at. Recalling my experience at this restaurant and what i saw as i walked around in the spacious but empty arcade, i said, 'no. not at all.'
Good luck and all the best to the restaurants and shops in Cyberport.
Date of Visit: May 23, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD101(Lunch)
Value for Money3