This restaurant has a very long menu and is always crowded in the evening. I've had the BBQ pork and roast duck over rice; both were above average - the pork was lean and tender and the duck had a great crackling skin. The braised beef is also very good, either over rice or as a soup with noodles. The chow fun was only "OK", I've had better and I'm really picky about this comfort food. The only downside of the restaurant is the service, which is pretty much non-existent. It's difficult to flag a waiter down to take your order, tea is never refilled and it takes a long time to get the check.
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