While the original seating area remains, the owners have added a large dining room with décor that offers a more luxurious dining experience, making the restaurant appealing for parties, dates, and those times when diners want a more opulent ambience. Both areas have the addition of flat screen televisions, so that one need not miss their favorite game, but the sets are not on constantly. Along with the expansion comes a liquor license, and beer is available. I don't know if mixed drinks are being served as yet. Staffing might be insufficient with this expansion, but that will, no doubt, be addressed. Take-out orders remain the constant, but with the new dining room, I think more people will choose to dine in. The food is tasty, but, as always, subject to the vagaries of kitchen staff, yet is good, and reasonably priced so as to make Hong Kong Island a frequent choice.
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