Hong Kong style restaurant serving both Chinese food and Hong Kong versions of Western food.
Having to live only a few blocks from cafe gloucester, this is the best place to go to when all the other places are already closed (as they're open until 2 on fridays-saturdays, and until 1 the rest of the week).
Food: I like how there's so many things to choose from. I haven't ordered the same thing twice so far. Food's pretty mediocre, as in I haven't cried out "This is amazing!" yet. Although the almond milk is the best beverage, cold or hot!
Service: Kind of mediocre, as in sometimes it takes a while for the servers to come by, and sometimes they're just there and you get your bill right away. I guess it depends on the time of day.
Ambiance: It's alright for my tasting. If you get to sit in one of those comfy booths you don't have to lean over to your friend(s) all the time to hear what they're saying. If you're not in one of those comfy booths it's quite noisy. But I guess HK-style restaurants are just like that.
Overall: It's a consistent place to go to.
It is one of my favourite hk style cafes. My friends and I love going after 9ish for their late night specials. Their mini-menu offered during the afternoon, and after 9:30 is inexpensive for the same food that you can get on the regular menu. I love their baked rice and spaghetti dishes. I get it everytime I go. With the mini-meals, you also get a drink with it.
Not as good as it use to be, but still good.
dis place is great, 'specially with the offhour specials >>0<<
at times so busy the service gets sumwat slow... but fun to hangout with friends and has kewl drinks!
if u like chinese cafe style food, it's one of more authentic ones around!!!!!!