We went to this restaurant twice during a five day stay, so that should indicate what we thought of it. First, the price was really very reasonable. But a good price means nothing if the food doesn't measure up. Here, though, it does. The menu is quite extensive, so it is a good idea to go easy on quantities. Don't order too big of a portion as you can go back again.
There is a wide array of delicious juices, something I don't see often at this type of restaurant, so that made the meal even better.
Service is good, although twice we had to call for a translator who spoke English as the waitress couldn't understand my Mandarin (I can't speak Cantonese.)
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