Regular Chinese fare with late night menu added till 2AM.
A large menu at reasonable prices and open til 2am. Sounds good to me! The food was good and met expectations for a noodle house. We shared a large soup (that keeps boiling on a hotpot stove) along with Chinese sticky rice wrap which turned out to be really good.
Service wasn't great - in fact, they forgot all of the extra items we needed like another pair of chopsticks, plates, and hot water. However, the value was good enough to warrant another trip back...
A good late night alternative to that 24-7 restaurant with a number in its name =) (you know which one I'm talking about!) =)
Recommended if you're in the area.
Came here for the second time with Hargow for weekend lunch.
Good place for reasonably cheap lunch. Tripe, brisket and tendon with rice noodles in soup for just under $5.00. Tasty and filling.
Service is not bad but staff do not have a great command of anything other than Chinese. Waitress did get another one who spoke more English to come over as there was some confusion about the order.
If you don't need or want anything fancy and just want lunch quick and cheap then this is a good place for it. Lots of variety.
Visited for lunch and had variety offer of noodle soup. Very reasonably priced, offering hand drawn noodle option. Tasty and clean. Would go again for wonton noodle. As far as other dishes, my partner Dawn Tart and I shared a deep fry squid. Nothing to write home about, but great for snack like noodles.
We use to come to the Neptune frequently. Good for Midnight Snacks of congee, noodles and chicken hot pot soup. But had to cut back the visits because we were having too much of a good thing. Back twice since our long hiatus and I think the chef has changed. The dishes didn’t have the “quick fried fiery” taste.
The sautéed pineapple-ginger-green/pepper chicken was over cooked. Black bean beef with (over cooked) broccoli chow mein had a watery sauce (noodles were not drained well). Beef brisket in consommé with white radish was a very plain hot pot. Deep-fried, salt and pepper silver/fish was nicely done. The best part of the meal was the pan seared, soy sauce live prawns. Delicious… available seasonally only as a restaurant special.
Worth going back for another try, maybe for dinner when the usual chef is on duty.
Me and the family decided to come here because we were nearby what a big mistake we made. Firstly we ordered standard Chinese food fried rice/noodles/wonton soup etc. then we were told that they didnt have the type of fried rice we ordered so we changed it to a cheaper noodle dish.After we were done eating we tried to flag down a waiter 10 times before the manager stepped in and helped us.So we got the bill and they charged us for the fried rice and they didnt change it, so we asked the waiter and she said its the same price.So we asked them to change the bill again and it came back $4 dollars cheaper we were pissed off so we paid and left no tip.Horrible service and food enough said