The decor, staff uniforms, and—of course—the food all capture the retro vibe of the 1960s Hong Kong cha chaan teng (local café). Cantonese pop songs from that era play over the sound system while diners relish bowls of elbow macaroni served in soup and topped with spam and eggs. Other staples include spaghetti served in chicken broth with green peas. But the sweets here are what really stand out. The egg tarts are rich and custardy, and the French toasts are
served with a giant slab of butter. Surely the best item in the house, though, are the hotcakes topped with bananas, buttered walnuts, and soft-serve ice cream. Credit cards are accepted only in the evening with a minimum of HK$200.