Food: Have ordered several different dishes from here and they've all been good. Prawns with egg on rice, beef in black bean sauce on rice, singapore style fried rice, and the list goes on. Also very good cold lemon tea.
Service: they take your order and when it's ready, you're number is posted on their flat screen tv on top. Short, sweet and efficient.
Value: Great as two meals with drinks always come in around $14.
Ambiance: It's a food court - albeit one that's nicer than most - but it's still a food court. I recommend take out if you can if you're looking for better ambiance.
Overall, I would come back again and again for the great meals and great deals. Bon appetite!
This is a classic Cantonese dish comprised of beef strips, "ho fun" rice noodles, onions, scallions, and bean sprouts. The dish is very straight forward and is usually seasoned with soy sauce and salt. You can complement the dish with hot sauce (preferably sriracha) to add a spicy kick to your meal! Leung Kee makes this dish quite well, although a bit oily. However, at the price of $6.75 for such a huge portion, we can't complain! The dish comes with a Chinese soup which can be substituted with a drink for a dollar. The size of this dish is actually enough for two people to share!
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