I heard about this restaurant on Bizarre Foods, so I had to make time to dine here while I was in Hong Kong for a few days. Unfortunately we were unable to make a dinner, where the scene is supposed to be high-energy and fun.
We made it for a very late lunch just before the place was shutting down for the afternoon break.
We were still able to enjoy the crispy noodles with bean sprouts and the gold coin sandwiches. Both were worth the effort to find the place and I would highly recommend dining here if you are in the area.
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