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Value for Money
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Dried abalone Aug 09, 2011
The restaurant was crowed wih people when I went there. There was a group of tourists that night.
I can say that Forum is specialise in abalone and they just do it so well here. I have tried many abalone restaurant in Hong Kong. But it is the best Chinese abalone I have ever tried. The abalone is so tender and just-right flavored! The brown sauce is just a bit sticky and it is so well with the abalone. I really would like to order one more if I get more money!!!
Price is more expensive than a typical Chinese restaurant but the food they offer is truly top of the class. It is such a great place for tourists and even for fine dining.
Value for Money3
Luxurious Dinner! Apr 26, 2011
My family of four came to Forum Restaurant for the first time to celebrate the Easter Holiday.
We arrived at 7pm and the restaurant was only 20% full
We have ordered the set dinner as below:
Would be much better with less sauce since it is too strong flavored.
The fish is not especially nice
Overall the food is okay but not as nice as we thought it would be.
A bonus though is that the waitors there are very polite and welcoming
Recommended Dish(es): 蛋白杏仁茶
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Apr 24, 2011
Spending per head: Approximately HKD950
Value for Money3
Average quality food BUT bad service May 21, 2006
I also had some terrible experience dining at this restaurant about a month ago. The service attitude of the waiters there is totally UNACCEPTABLE!!!
My boss and I entertained our corporate clients (from Mainland China) and invited them to have dinner in this restaurant. We had altogether 6 people, and we ordered the usual stuff(such as shark fin soup, abalone, BBQ duck & roasted pig etc.) plus 3 bottles of expensive red wine(almost HK$1200 each). At the end, we asked for the bill and it turned out to be around HK$14,000.
Usually in a situation like this, I pay first and my BIG boss will approve this company expense later in the office. So I asked for the bill and checked out the items listed on the bill. DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS WAITER(an older man in his early 50s) MUMBLE by my side???
"Why checking the details?? You don't really pay for it yourself. It is company expenses anyway!!!" My boss and I looked at each other, and I decided not to pay any extra tips. Then the waiter immediately looked upset on his face and of course did not even say "Thank You".
Spending per head: Approximately HKD2300
Value for Money2