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Posted by Jon, 06-April-2015
This is a great place, but try and stay away from the English style menu, live in Hong Kong for a few years , and this is how it should be and the bubble tea and dessert Is excellent, come here at least once a week with a few of us. THE BEST
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Posted by GK, 18-July-2009
I went here today for lunch...I didnt have to wait long to be seated. The staff were really friendly and poliet and made me feel welcome..The music chinese music they played put me in a good mood ...I ordered fry noodles with BBQ Pork..which was special...but my friend ordered the noodles with prawns which he also loved...The food didnt take long to arrive and it was presented well. The food was quite cheap, both our meals only came up to 22.50..thats 2 main courses and 2 side dishes and drinks... The bubble tea was a first and it was great. It was pleasant overall :] would reccommend it anytime :]
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Posted by J, 10-January-2009
Just went to HK Diner over the weekend, it was amazing ! the food was absolutely authentic like in Hong Kong and the whole place was buzzing after 10pm. Suppose that\'s why lots of Hong Kong celebrities come here when they are in London, I would thorough recommend it to anyone seeking a great Chinese restaurant!
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Posted by james, 05-July-2005
Having looked forward to a dish described as having a satay sauce, I asked the waitress if there had been some mix-up as there were no peanuts evident whatsoever. The manager then told me I didn't know what I was talking about - it was authentic because it 'said so on the jar'. The trouble is, my partner, who is Malaysian, knows exactly what a satay sauce is. After the rude attitude, we elected not to leave an 'optional' 10ervice charge. As a result, we were harrassed from the place by the manager, who topped it all by telling us to "Fuck off" in front of a restaurant full of diners. Worse came later, when we both awoke at 5am to cramps, diarrhoea and nausea. Sadly, they'd poisoned us. Avoid.
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