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Old Hong Kong Essence

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Actually we went to this palce is incidental. my friend and me try to find some nice place to eat, suddenlly i found this restautant, it is in the corner of osia hotel
we ate their special hotpot, it is so dilicious.  becase we  have 4 persons, we oreded big hotpot , then order some vegetablaes, finally we can not finish them,we is so full. the envrionmemt is very quiet. far away from noiise city. it is good for family and friend take meal together.

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• 07 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

WORTH go to this place

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Actually we went to this palce is incidental. my friend and me try to find some nice place to eat, suddenlly i found this restautant, it is in the corner of osia hotel
we ate their special hotpot, it is so dilicious.  becase we  have 4 persons, we oreded big hotpot , then order some vegetablaes, finally we can not finish them,we is so full. the envrionmemt is very quiet. far away from noiise city. it is good for family and friend take meal together.
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• 06 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not a bad place to dine afterall...

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I went there the 2nd time on Sunday for lunch. It wasnt crowded, only a few tables were occupied, the food was good and hot unlike the other time we were there. Our tea drinks were constantly topped up by the waitress. A big change from the earlier visit. Hopefully, they can maintain this good service even the restaurant is croweded. They cant manage if the place is packed, the boss should engage more staff.
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• 28 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

It is quite good place

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When I bought old hong kong essence voucher from internet ,my friend told me this restaurant cheat everyone, ant

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