|Taste ||Environment ||Service ||Hygiene |
Value for Money
Surprisingly the non-fish soup products are better Mar 30, 2013
No. of diners : 2
Average cost per head : $40
Food quality : 7/10
Environment : 7/10
Service : 7/10
Value-for-money : 8/10
Overall rating : 7.1/10
Before watching a drama in the Sheung Wan Civic Centre on Sunday, I planned to visit the Sung Kee Vermicelli and Fish Soup Specialist 生記鮮魚湯米線 for late lunch. Not until I arrived I found the shop was closed on Sundays. I then fallback to this Yue Mic Ka which also titled as the “king” of fish soup vermicelli. They offered afternoon tea set daily with lot of choices, not limited to the soup base pasta.
a) Tea Set – Rice Noodle with Fish Spring Roll ($32) – 6.5/10
b) Tea Set - Deep Fried Fish Fillets, Bacon Udon, Corn and Mini Toast ($33) – 8/10
c) Poached Vegetables ($7) – 6/10
Chinese lettuce was used. Not very clean though.
Supplementary Information:Q : When will I go again?
A : A less favourable choice unless for convenience sake.
Q: What will I next order?
A : Tea set.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Mar 17, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately HKD40(Tea)
Value for Money4