Shredded ox-tongue in cream corn sauce on fettuccini ($9.95) would be a black mark on most menus, but at a Hong Kong-style café it’s a badge of legitimacy. Though booth seating, low prices, and constant busyness add to the vibe, the source of the café’s HK energy is the eclectic menu: baked fish with a rich Portuguese sauce ($5.95) or Malay curry with roti ($6.95) say as much about HK food... more
I came here 'cause they had cheap basic breakfast for under $6. Nothing fancy just eggs, toast, bacon and links. The taste was decent. Links were a bit questionable. There is a lot of hidden prices on some of the menu items, therefore, be careful of this. Customer service was decent.
There are so many Hong Kong cafes in Richmond and I wouldn't necessarily go out of my way to come to this one. The last time I was here was at least 5 years ago! I came here on a Tuesday evening and it was nice that we got seated right away. Mostly anything you order from their menu will come with soup of the day and a drink. Most HK cafes you find will charge extra if you want the drink cold,... more
Dinner tonight ... typical East Meets West type restaurant.
the Set menu items are pretty good deals. Just be wary of the fine print of how much $ is added for ordering a cold drink vs bubble tea. there is a big difference. cold drink is an extra $0.50 where as bubble tea is an extra $3.00
otherwise a decent meal.
If you're in the city and looking for a place to feast on some delicious Asian food, then Alleluia Cafe along the Westminster Highway is a must try. Serving delicious Chinese cuisine, Alleluia is a popular cafe-style restaurant in town. The food served at Alleluia is authentic Chinese fare and has mouth-watering dishes like pork-chop rice, beef-tongue with spaghetti, steaming soups and many... more