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I like it but I don't love it? I feel like the reviews hyped it up for more than its worth. Don't get me wrong, its still great
Solid & inexpensive. Open Every day until 2AM (last orders 01:30).
Try to be more gallant to expole the unknown world, especially those new dishes in Cha's.
Too busy everyday! Nice food though. Very Hongkong.
Love this place. Creamy homemade curry is great, as is the fu yung omelette, lemon chicken, shrimp toast, crispy noodles, etc, etc..... Worth the wait in line.
Dry noodles with beef
Try the fried chicken wings and the iced milk tea!
The lady waitress is extremely patient with two "yellow bananas" and our terrible Chinese. Thumbs up!
Not expensive good HK food, try the eggs + shrimp!
Very traditional HongKong/Cantonese style restaurant. Reasonably priced and always packed, so be ready to wait for a table. The macaroni soup with fried egg and luncheon meat is simply delicious
Get the Cha's milk tea! It's awesome!
Famous Cantonese restaurant in Shanghai. VERY delicious food! Chicken in sweet lemon sauce is amazing, try French toast for desert and Cantonese milk tea of course!
definitely worthy! classic Cantonese food, the same as what I'd enjoyed when staying in Hong Kong
Delicious Hong Kong cuisine. Marble beef, scrambled egg with shrimp and lemon tea (so different from European or Russian tea w lemon!) are strongly recommended
bu kopek bi harika dostum
Always a lot of people. YES, ALWAYS
The best time to avoid wait line is to come after 1:30am.
Decent casual Cantonese food. The stuff i got were all kind of bland. Little overrated IMHO.
Seriously try the fried shrimp on toast, orange chicken shrimp and everything else. Look at everybody's orders for inspiration
Be gentle and nice to the waitresses dressed in white. Some of them finish work every night at 3am.
Lemon chicken, house curry, pineapple buns, and poached chicken are amazing. I love this restaurant. Small and casual. One of my favorite Chinese restaurant in town.
Try the original iced milk tea - authentic!
Get the fried chicken
Don't try the 菜远牛腩炒面
To really feel like you are in a wong kar wai movie you should dress up like tony leung in chung king express and eat macaroni with luncheon meat.