1. The shop is 60% occupied. 2. Iced coffee HK$18 (as compared to other similar deco. cafe, iced coffee is at around HK$12-14). The coffee is quite ok though a bit bitter dry.
3. An old fusion food BBQ pork on spaghetti in "orange" color tomato sauce - HK$45. If you want something in the old time, this is the dish. However, the mushroom and the frozen veggie have quite a strong "frozen" smell. Supposed they should pan fry those longer to take away that frozen smell. 4. veggie/pork with noodle soup HK$35. The pork was marinated too long that the meat is like paper. The veggie/mushroom/fried tofu has some kind of "washing powder" smell. Really frustrating.
5. the egg tart - HK$6 (as compared to other cafes at HK$2.5 to 3.5. Even Tai Cheong's egg tarts are just HK$4). If you prefer a milky custard taste with a less butter crusty tart, this would be what you want. However, $6 is a bit over-priced considering what they put in the tart. 6. the menu.
7. when this cafe offered all-you-can-eat hot pot in dinner time, you would know what they are facing. They had better look into what they are serving, rather than giving more variety for more weakness to be exposed.