To be honest, I was actually quite hesitant to check this place out, based on the past reviews. I found everything tasted pretty good, and I liked the diverse flavours for each of the dishes that I ordered. Had the Tiger beef, HK style pork cheese rice bake , and the Tandoori Chicken. The tiger beef was tasty, and had hints of basil, lemongrass, and star anise...which was really unique, b/c never had beef dressed up like that. The pork cheese rice bake was very tasty as well, and the pork was not fried, which is different from other HK style cafes which fry their pork. The tandoori chicken was quite tasty, and it came with butter chicken sauce and rice...altho the sauce was a little sour, its probably from the tomatoes.
The service is pretty good. The hostess was friendly and really smiley as we entered the restaurant. our server was really polite, and she checked up on us, and asked if everything was okay, but not in an annoying kind of way.
The value was pretty reasonable for DT. All dishes were under $10, and the portions are pretty big.
The ambiance is pretty cool, nice stylish and hip. Comfy chairs, and the tables are cozy. Theres like 3-4 flatscreen TVs, very enjoyable time.
I really enjoyed my experience here, b/c they take traditional azn style dishes with a little twist, by adding spices or introducing new flavours to the dishes, which is makes the azn dishes less mundae, and more innovative. Also, what I like is that there are no dishes that add mandarin oranges to make is more "azn" like, unlike other restaurants that try to add that...azns do not cook food with mandarin oranges!
I would definately recommend this place to anyone that enjoys azn style food. I would come back to this place again, if Im in DT.