Randomly came here and was greeted by a moody waitor who was not that polite.
He still had an atitude problem when I left and paid because he just slammed the change on the table.
Anyway, sat down and ticked the stuff I wanted and was given the bill where I noticed there was a $3 for the tea but no tea was on the table so I had to ask for it.
Although I don't like their standard pu'er tea, it was nice and hot.
There was a 12% discount because I went there during 2:30-6pm, so all the stuff below came to $88 but only the congee was good.
The dishes came quickly.
Lotus leaf wrapped rice in abalone sauce:
The glutinous rice came first but it was rather hard and barely hot.
Salted pork and preserved veg congee:
Then came the congee which tasted the best because the preserved vegetables were tasty and the salted pork was fresh.
Vegetarian beancurd rolls:
The beancurd rolls were hard and oily and you could taste the oil was rather old.
The egg crisps were not that good because the oil was old.
Dried shrimp and spring onion rice rolls:
The rice rolls were weird, tasteless and oily.
The bill: $88
Service charge: no
Yummy factor: Could be better
Napkins provided: no
Glass of water provided: compulsory $3 tea
English Menu: Yes
Air Conditioning: Yes