If you prefer all the food to be sweeter than normal, this is the one.
1. Black fungas in black vinegar HK$48. Black vinegar (sweet) with sesame sauce - don't know why they could invent this sauce.
3. rice in lotus leaf HK$68. Much too oily and of course sweet and no lotus leaf aroma. Interesting not much other ingredients. Only rice and sweet soy sauce, and 2 baby shrimps and bamboo shoot.
4. This pan fried buns (HK$48) have sweet veggie pork filling. The brown surface is only some color, not aromatic at all. I really don't like cooking in abused use of non-sticky pan.
5. Preserved "snow" veggie 雪菜 and sliced pork on noodle soup, HK$35. First time I ate "sweet" preserved snow veggie. They soaked the veggie til it's not salty and then marinated with quite much sugar. Supposed this veggie should be a bit salty and best with some fresh chili to go with it. This one is red bell pepper. Fusion?
6/7. steamed date cake/sticky rice in ginger soup. Of course, double sweet.
*Lei Garden set up this outlet with a name as Bistro. Apparently this is a step to please certain group of people.