We are a family of 5 with3 young children 4-8yrs. We came here after a day on the peak and Stanley bay so just chose somewhere on the area with no idea how amazing it was going to be. Great attentive friendly staff and help...More
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I had my last dinner in 2017 at here. The entrance for this restaurant is small, so make sure not to miss it. The food was okay; the dried scallop scrambled egg and xiao long bao were good, although I found some dishes were lacking...More
We ordered hairy crab with chinese wine (super love! very fresh crabs and totally delicious!), stir fry beans with minced pork (full of wok-hei, thumbs up!), tan tan noodles (chewy noodles with very tasty nutty broth), pan fried vegetable dumpling (skin texture's really good and...More
Must try dishes: Egg/ Prawn fried rice, Prawn chilli fry, hairy crab dimsum/ dumpling and pork dimsum/ dumpling. Go early at for dinner, you sometimes get a 30-40min wait.
Very good services with attentive waiters. Mapo Tofu 麻婆豆腐 is a must-try. It offers a strong but not spicy taste which matches Japanese taste a lot. There is a deep fried banana dessert (拔丝香蕉) in which you rarely find in other places.
I was happy to discover this restaurant and went with my family seeking an authentic experience. However, we received such poor service that it left us a bit shocked. I know that it may just be an expectation in Hong Kong but we were left...More
I went here with a friend of mine to meet one of his longtime friends who lives in Hong Kong. His friend said he always takes out-of-town guests here. I can understand why. Everything here that he ordered for us was excellent. The food came...More
Lovely food with reasonable price. Excellent indeed. Good for friends and family gathering, a bit noisy for business. Service is also good but you must make a reservation or otherwise, there is always a long waiting queue.
1st time to be here as it was recommended by someone who worked in Hong Kong. Tagged as one with the best xiao long pao, we deemed it as a must to try. The xiao long pao is in chinese word but the picture can...More