Bland mediocre food, money hungry owners and everything is served with a side of bad attitude. Came here at midnight for a late night dessert. We were both getting tofu pudding and tea but rudely told our orders each totalled $9 and didn't meet the $10 minimum spend. First of all, this is a ridiculous rule and second, if you are going to have this, it shouldn't apply when the restaurant is empty. We had to order another dessert since we didn't meet their precious quota by $1 each. Made to feel like we were taking up their precious space and felt like we were just dollar signs to them. He then proceeded to badmouth me to another staff member in Cantonese. Only problem is that I can understand Cantonese.
The wait staff have a horrible attitude and radiate a negative, 'I hate my life' aura. The tofu itself was extremely bland, had no tofu taste and was not asread more
I believe Old Town Hong Kong Cuisine is a successful attempt of introducing street-style Hong Kong dishes to the crowd of Sydney's Chinatown. Showcasing a low-light atmosphere with unfurnished brick walls and wooden furniture, this restaurant occupies two spacious floors and radiates a nice warm feeling.
Of course, the main focus here is the food. They serve quite a lot of selections, ranging from congee, peking duck, dimsims, soups, up to laksa. We ordered quite a lot of dishes one Sunday afternoon: the preserved egg & lean pork congee was soft, had a beautiful taste and flavoursome in it too. The congee with curry sauce & soft shell crab was quite a unique take and is perfect for those who like itread more