Came across this pseudo-HK style diner/steakhouse on 10 West Wilmot in Richmond Hill ( across from World Bowl ) yesterday evening. The place was packed with lineup at the door!! A great sign!
Place was cosy and service was very friendly by Chinese standard. Our party of 4 each ordered an entree that comes with a choice of Lobster Bisque, New England Clam Chowder, Caesar Salad or House fruit salad as starter. Accompanying bread were some surprisingly good toasted olive baguette with garlic butter. Very addictive! Soup was very creamy and delicious, just a touch under-seasoned. The Mixed grill platter of rack of lamb, b-b-q baby back ribs and chicken steak at $18 was an unbelievable value. Huge, ultra tasty portion!. Another entree of Oyster Florentine on rice was topped with a generous portion of creamed spinach au-gratin plump oysters. Very rich but again pretty delicious. My entree of braised Burgundy style oxtail at around $10 was very aromatic and yummy. At least 8 pieces of the tender bony delight. Not stingy at all. Only slight let down was the Foie Gras fried rice. Tasty but most of the foie turned to rendered fat during the cooking process. Wonder if the chef thought of that when he invented the dish?! Ha! The table next to ours ordered another mixed grill combo of beef tenderloin, seared foie gras and jumbo prawns. Looked great. At $28, looked like a good value as well.
Total meal for 4 comes to only $75 all inclusive! Not bad for a delicious Saturday night outing!