The One Cafe is a Hong Kong Style Cafe with a varied menu including create your own Noodle Combo, chinese & western dishes and different types of steak.
I read about this restaurant on chowtimes & since I was in the area, decided to give it a try.
They've only been open for 3 months.
The decor is like a fine restaurant with wood flooring.
The servers are friendly & courteous ( don't usually get that in a HK-style cafe )
I ordered the Baked Honey Garlic chicken spaghetti. $ 7.95 My DH ordered the Baked Spaghetti Bolognaise $ 6.95.
Unfortunately, when my order came, it was covered in a cream sauce & cheese & the chicken was super salty. I couldn't eat it & traded it with my DH.
His bolognaise spaghetti didn't have enough sauce & it was dry in some places.
For drinks, we ordered a HK style tea & a hot Horlicks. DH liked the tea, said it wasn't bitter. My Horlicks was good even without adding sugar.
At another table, I saw a woman having an ice cream dessert, it looked really good, presentation was very attractive.
They also have a 3 course dinner with several options for each course for only $ 18.99
I think we'll come back next time to try that.
They were both good.
This was our 2nd visit.
We wanted to try the 3 course dinner for $ 18.95
I ordered Caesar Salad, Rack of Lamb with Seafood, Banana Split & a hot Ovaltine.
My DH ordered Caesar Salad, Rib Eye steak with Lobster Tail, Banana Crepes & a hot Hong Kong style coffee.
The Caesar Salad wasn't authentic. It had bacon bits & cheddar cheese.
My DH was disappointed in the lobster tail. He said it was very small. He even dug into the tail to scrape out any last bits of meat.
I enjoyed the Rack of Lamb. It didn't have that lamby taste. It also came 2 pieces each of imitation crab meat, fish filet, mussels, bay scallops & shrimp.
You also have a choice of rice, spaghetti or vegetables.
The vegetables are sliced carrots, celery and napa cabbage.
It also comes with frozen carrots & corn & 1 broccoli spear.
For beverages, you could have coffee, tea or a special drink. But when we asked about the special drink, they said it was a typo ( well, why not tape over it then ? )
The banana crepe was filled with whipped cream & sliced bananas, drizzled with chocolate sauce.
The banana split was one scoop each of vanilla & chocolate ice cream, 2 long slices of banana, & whipped cream. I think banana split usually has 3 scoops of ice cream.
Next time, we'll try their Noodle combos.