Despite my doubts, I liked this place, I really did.
Party of four ordered three dishes.
1. 2x Chicken steak and Sirloin steak mains from their combo sets.
2. Baked Seafood from their combo set.
All three dishes came with two appies (fruit salad and smoked salmon, which you could consider a very small entree. They also have some fried items along with other this and thats to choose from), a soup, garlic toast, and a dessert.
We also ordered a plate of gai lan for a $1 (I don't know what warrants this discounted price, but it's a great deal.) And it was cooked very well. Still crisp, but not impossible to bite through.
The chicken steak and sirloin steak tasted wonderful. Granted, it's not served very fancily, and there was a fatty bit here or there, but I still enjoyed the taste very much. Not too salty either. I think I may have enjoyed it more than the meats I've tried at more popular HK cafes such as goldstone or copa cafe.
The baked seafood was alright as well. I'm not a fan in general but the sauce was melted nicely and the rice tasted nice. The seafood (especially the fish) was a little tasteless.. but the seafood usually is in that dish anyways.
Appies were edible, not too special but still enjoyed them. The soup was nothing special and did not finish it so I could save room for the better food.
But we all loved the garlic bread. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. Yum.
Dessert was coconut pudding. Again, nothing special.
We did not eat all this food. There was far too much. 3 orders for four people and we have two meals worth of food left I'm thinking. Our bill was $35. A ridiculously good price.
Service was very friendly, which surprised me considering the reputation with chinese restaurants and their service.
Ambiance is pretty sad though. Looks like a restaurant that belongs in the Chinatown area.