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Popped in on the off chance, completely random. Lovely friendly and fast service, All less than $30 incl beers. I had Singapore fried noodles with pork and fresh prawns, excellent. Will recommend to friends and colleagues.
Chinatown is very tired with many of the traditional Chinese restaurants disappearing. In addition the remaining restaurants are tired and generally serve average to sub-standard Chinese food.
Old Town is a very pleasant surprise. The decor is modern, the service is great, the atmosphere is...More
Very pleased with my drop off here. The staff are very friendly and the food was fantastic.
I was a lone dinner due to being in town for work but great service, food and beer. It was easy to sit and watch the walkers past....More
Dinner here for a large group of 40 people. We sat upstairs on various tables. Had about 10 different dishes that were served "per person", it included dishes such as steamed prawn dumpling (1 per person), peking duck (one pancake each), orange chicken (greasy and...More
I stumbled on this restaurant while on business in Sydney and had a great meal. It is well priced, all the staff are friendly, there is a huge choice of food on the menu and the flavours are really authentic. I had the beef and...More
A large group enjoyed a nice night at Old Town HK, however the $40 per head buffet was a little lacking. Some traditional meals including a nice Peking Duck and Spicy Squid, however several of the other dishes were ordinary (especially the fried rice). Great...More
We stopped here for an early dinner on a recommendation from a friend. Worst dining mistake. No one greeted us when we walked. We finally got a table and had to ask, after 15 minutes, if we could order. We were then ignored for another...More
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