This was the third time I visited the restaurant.
The standard of food had remained good.
As has been noted by the previous reviewers, the price is reasonable.
I would like to mention different things from what has already been reviewed.
This place is small, so they have no qualms placing total strangers at the same table during busy periods. This may be ok in Hong Kong, but I am extremely uncomfortable sharing the same table with strangers.
A tip to avoid being in that predicament is to either go in a large group so as to occupy the entire table yourselves, or go during off peak hours.
After 2 pm is good, this is when there is practically no crowd, but the service is still good. If the cooks are having their meals, your order arrives later, but no deal breaker as it is still faster than any Western restaurants.
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