I went there with a friend, just need a place to eat and talk. We were both new to this style of dining. The meat was in watery sauce, shrimps covered with thick ice, by the time you get a bowl of raw materials, you are holding considerable amount of water. I saw one person dumped the water into a nearby garage can, I can totally understand the action and had to blame myself not brave enough to do so. You pay as per weight.
The food was cooked okay, but very plain in taste. I asked more sauce and it became much better. Without the extra sauce, I am afraid I can't finish the plate.
The funny part is about the waitress, she introduced 3 complementary soups, we did not get the 2nd one (an unfamiliar name), so we asked about the 2nd type. The waitress started with #1 again and repeated exactly what she just said. We had to ask again what exactly was #2 soup? She started again with #1 and I had to stop her and asked: can you just introduce #2. She admited it will be hard to remember the details if starting from the middle, so we listened one more time about the #1 - chicken wonton soup.
When I asked for extra sauce, the waitress asked what sauce did you want? I said what did you have? She said basically that will be same sauce as they offered on the material table. I had to ask again, can you please remind me what did you have on your table?
My friend and I still had a good time, the environment was pretty good, it was a quiet place (at weekday) to gather and chat in this part of downtown - if food is not the key focus for your visit.
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