November 26, 2005
We returned the following day for lunch, and it wasn't very busy at all. We ordered a shredded sharkfin with crabmeat soup $5.95, egg rolls $4.95, a beef dish prepared French style $9.95, steamed flounder with scallions and ginger $14.95, mango pudding $1.50. These were all choices spotted off the restaurant wall with the exception of the egg rolls and mango pudding.
The soup and eggrolls were good; the beef dish my partner liked, but I found it way too salty, the fish a little overdone, but otherwise very good. The mango pudding was acceptable but not outstanding. The atmosphere isn't anything to write home about, the service was decent and acceptable but it wasn't busy either, the food was very good. No alcohol is served here, but our waitress suggested we could bring our own or buy it from a nearby neighborhood store opened during the daytime. From the outside, there's an ad displayed about ordering two dishes, get one free, 10am-10pm with restrictions which I didn't inquire about. Credit cards accepted.
From journal HNL