111 Somerset Road
#01-K1/24/25 TripleOne Somerset
- Cafe, Fast Food, Restaurant
- Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Hong Kong
Mon - Fri: 10:30 - 21:00
Sat, Sun & PH: 11:00 - 21:00
- Orchard / River Valley
- TripleOne Somerset
香港之窗 serves a good variety of Hong Kong Cantonese dishes in a cafe style setup where you order and pay over the counter first then wait for your food to be delivered.
recommends this place.
The only over-rated (and recommended by the staff) was the ??? consisting of the fish, shimp, cuttlefish and can't remembered the last flavour. Won't say its bad but these ? are always the pride of these steamboat outlet as these are hand-make from their kitchen with their own receipts. The shortfall was make-up by our second order of the ???, it was fantastic!
Their in-house sauce (which we will comparing with the HK-Style steamboat sauce) blend in very well with the pork-bone soup base. Even the vinegar are top-grade kind which the aroma can be scented at arm length.
The other big surprise is the in-house brewed ??? really home-style instead of those so-claimed self-brewed-but-used-premix kind.
Bill came close to the $300 for a 4-pax which the live grouper eaten up a good $70+.
This pleasant first-visit experience will guarantee my returning visit.
Keep up the good food and service but please improve on those balls ~
I also recommend this place for:
Dinner, After Work, Quiet
does not recommend this place.
This is the first fast food that imperial treasure has set up and should train staff to "orientate" customers to their order and delivery system, I would be able to figure out what to do if there were to be a queue but there was no one else , the staff have all the time to just instruct me what to do.
The peanut butter toast I ordered was pleasant but the peanut butter was dry, coffee was serve in a reasonably big plastic cup.
recommends this place.
During a recent lunch, I decided to try one of their set meals and went for the steamed chicken.
For awhile, I forgot it was Cantonese steamed chicken ($10), with a slightly flavoured rice from the chicken fat and hence no "Hainanese" chilli sauce which I am unfortunately used to. I found the chicken to be slightly overdone, but one thing I liked was the pairing of the Cantonese soup - which was not just any old msg laden water but was a tasty pork broth with a slight sour finish probably from some salted vegetables.
Overall, a so-so experience - nothing to shout about but then at this price point - it is an attractive offer in the town area for a simple lunch.