A typical HK style cafe … we stopped by here after a long day at the new outlet. I have to say the decor is nice, but the chair was very unconformable! Service was ok.
Salt & Chili Fried Calamari – ok snack .. I couldn’t really taste any salt & chili. $4.80
Fish Ball Flat Noodle Soup – another typical noodle soup, not worth $7.75 bowl.
Just Koi Combo Rice Plate – roasted pork, bbq pork, soya chicken, and half egg. The bbq wasn’t too bad. $9.80
Hainan Chicken Rice – presentation was nice. It comes with soup in a teapot, little side dish of peanuts and fried fishies. Chicken was tender and juicy. $9.80
Total was around $35.00 (exclude tips). Its kind of expensive for HK cafe food, but this is a subdivision of Koi Palace, so its expected.