It's a busy place which means the food is good. Reasonable pricing and relax atmosphere. Saves you a ticket to go overseas.
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Noodles are it's speciality, along with the roast and BBQ meats, including pork, chicken and duck. The noodles are always cooked al dente and the meats are delicately balanced and not too salty or sweet. The serving sizes are very generous and usually end up...More
Great Cantonese dishes you can eat here like shrimp wonton, oast pork, roast duck and other noodles dishes. Will not disappoint you if you are after a cheap meal. The restaurant seating itself is not the best but the meal is value for money.
My friend and I decided to pay a visit to the Little Hong Kong for lunch as we had not been there for a while. The first impression of the restaurant was very untidy and disorganised when we walked in. We ordered a 3 roast...More
Everybody raves about the Roasts at this place & I'm at a loss as to why, maybe when I ordered the 3 Roast Platter I got the last one & got the dregs of everything they had left. Dry, old, chewy, unappealing, overly salty even...More
Saw a very dirty cloth on the floor just beside our dining table. The sight of it will kill your appetite no matter how hungry you are. The food was average and nothing to shout about. Service was alright and the wait staff were busy...More
Food was very average while the service was terrible! Saw them using the same cloth for wiping tables to wipe the dishes that's going to the customers, it was dripping with grey water. Absolutely disgusting! Definitely will not be back.
Unlike the little Singapore, Little Hong Kong's food is rather ordinary and sometimes can be too salty. The service is very bad in Little Hong Kong although I believe they are own by the same owner.
We eat here quite regularly. Great soups, noodle dishes - BBQ meats are wonderful. Can get crowded int he evening, especially weekends, but doesn't take long to get a table.