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We wanted cantonese style beef chow mein but wasn't on the menu (in a form that we could interpret) and the waitress suggested other forms of fried noodle (which we didn't want). Opted for something that we could read. Beef fried rice.
This is why Chinese classes should focus on teaching how to read menus before everything else...
It was tasty but a large monotonous quantity so got boring (took half home, enough for another meal).
HK iced milk tea was as expected.
Overall pretty good, not as good as Hong Kong Kitchen type places but it's more one of those HK fusion café (we're not a fan of the HK fusion type cafes).