The interior decor looked pretty modern as you can see in the pictures above. They had cool features here and there, making for an overall decent interior.
Jess and I both ordered from the Custom Sizzling Grill menu which is $13.95 for two items.
For starters, I had Cream Soup:
This was a pretty good cream soup in my opinion! It had a very creamy and buttery taste, which I absolutely loved! As I went further into the soup, the flavour did build up stronger, but not to a point that it was not tolerable. I almost always go with cream soup, and this place does it right!
Cream soup was also the majority choice of the table!
This was Kirby’s Vegetables with Fish Soup:
The drinks we ordered were quite interesting. I had ordered an Aloe Vera Green Tea $2 (with combo), which was the same drink Meta Knight ordered, but as you can see from the pictures below, they somehow differ in color by quite a bit!
The 4th drink on the right is Jess’ Honey Milk Tea $2 (with combo), which is her go to drink. She did not like her drink and found it to be quite flavourless. You’re better off ordering a different type of drink here, but not bubble tea.
My drink was not bad in terms of flavour, however the jelly at the bottom appeared and tasted like the lychee jelly that comes at the bottom of those lychee jelly cups. This was strange as aloe vera green tea usually comes with aloe jelly at the bottom. The overall drink was still ok, but I just found this to be very weird and unexpected.
For mains, I picked the Filet Mignon ($3.95 upgrade) and Grilled Chicken (Half) ($3.95 upgrade) with Fries and Mushroom Sauce:
You have to pay extra for both of these items, and I would say the filet mignon is not worth the upgrade, as it tasted exactly like the minute steaks you get from other HK cafe restaurants. I’m not sure if it would differ from their regular steak here, but I did not have an example to compare this to. My medium rare was cooked ok, as you can see from the picture above, but it did dry up very quickly upon cooling down. The chicken was ok in the beginning, but as I ate more of it, I found some parts of the chicken to be pinkish, which made it seem to be a bit undercooked. I did not end up finishing the chicken because of that. It was a shame, as the flavour of the chicken was actually pretty decent. Their fries were pretty good though, as they were the ideal cut size for me and they were crispy on the outside. The mushroom sauce was ok, pretty comparable to the other HK cafes. I didn’t touch the veggies much, so I can’t comment on them. One thing to note, the sizzling plate cooled down very quickly, which meant the food cooled down much faster than expected, which doesn’t bode well for food bloggers as we take quite some time taking pictures in the beginning =p !
Jess had the Chicken Wings, Chicken Steak, and Filet Mignon with Rice and Mushroom Sauce:
I had some of her food, and the chicken wings were pretty good! They were cooked through well so there was no pinkness. Her chicken steak was not bad, as it was better than my half chicken. The rice was nicely plated in the upside down bowl shape with some green bits, possibly basil on top.
Meta Knight had the mix grill as well and chose the Grilled Salmon, Chicken Steak, and Two Eggs, with Mashed Potatoes:
Kirby had the Rice Bowl Combo: