Weighty Man •
05 May 2014
Short-order dishes are the noodles, rice that take a very short time to prepare. There is usually a separate chef/cook that prepares this.
Food: We ordered a fried grouper that was good but not memorable, romaine lettuce which was tasty but could have more depth of taste. The highlight were the short-order dishes: mee goreng was tasty without being hot, good sauces that went into the noodles; seafood hor fun that had good "wok hei", fried rice, however was average tasting.
Value: Pricey place to eat - too many foreigners know this place so they've adjusted the prices up !
Service: PRC staff, halting English, better with Mandarin.
Ambience: It's a converted port-facility shed turned into restaurant, a bit rough at the edges but functions well. Airconditioning needs re-tuning, entrance curtains could be replaced by a working door to keep the cold in.