Look & Feel: Red wooden booth seating, historical floor tiles, spinning fans hanging from the ceiling… Hoi On is a beautiful relic from old Hong Kong.
On the Menu: The classic bing sutt serves authentic Hong Kong dishes like lo men ($38), along with baked goods like pineapple buns with a big fat slice of butter ($20 with set drinks), and local beverages such as red bean drink.
Service: The service varies depending on time of day and the person serving. We’ve experienced grumpy staff during lunch hours, a server who simply refuses to remember to bring us chili oil, but also a server who was cheerful and extra helpful. It’s all over the map.
Jeng: Soaking in the nostalgic interior was incredibly relaxing, and observing the cozy community that comes to the cafe certainly made us appreciate Hong Kong’s past and culture.
Not So Jeng: While the food isn’t bad, none of the dishes really make an impression, aside from the sweet icy offerings.
Great for: A relaxing afternoon tea, weekend treats, family time.
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