Service is solid with plates being changed and food being portioned at our table for our convenience. They top up soup bowls and tea cups promptly and clear dishes as they empty. Can't complain about anything there.
This visit we had:
1) Steamed Soon Hock $35
2)Deep Fried Vegetarian Goose $5
3) Broccoli with crab meat and fish maw $22
4)Double boiled sea treasures soup $28
5) Stewed Ee-fu noodles $16
6) Mango Pomelo and Mango pudding for desserts $5 each
Fish is fresh and soy steamed, typically cantonese style. My partner likes this dish for its freshness but I say for $35 and it not being a whole fish this better be fresh!
Vegetarian goose is a good starter as always - it is tofu skin with some vegetable stuffing deep fried. At least I have a soft spot for this so as long as it is not terrible I am more than happy to gobble this up.
Broccoli is not very tasty - guess season is not good for greens now or it may just be china broccoli instead of australia ones. The crab meat gravy not too bad (alot of MSG though) but broccoli a tad to crunchy for me liking. Just a little more cooked will be nice.
Soup is tasty but also leaves a dry throat after consumption so needed alot of tea to go along after. For $28 a small pot that serves 2, i don't particularly think it is great value should try something else next time.
Noodles bit salty for this cantonese palate so....if u like light food...stay away. Again very thirsty after eating this so again msg/salt a generous participant here.
Desserts are alright - pomelo a little bitter so bad season i guess? Mango pudding average.
Overall not too bad for business dinner or family casual but I prefer Imperial Treasure Great World and the benchmarking don't work in favor of Tung Lok here. I will come if I am in the vincity but not a special trip.
I spent $70 per person.
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