They opened March 11th. I went last Sunday after the St. Paddy's parade. It's sit-down, but it's not fancy. Virtually all on menu is under $10, and it still focuses on BBQ on rice (the space was the best BBQ takeout counter in Chinatown), along with soups and vermicellis. I killed 3 birds with one stone and ordered a vermicelli and char siu soup (perfect hangover food). It was delish! Rich broth, lots of noodles and big pieces of pork that didn't lose the outside crisp in the soup, and under $7 tax-in.
They have a BBQ takeout counter too, but it's pricier than Hong Kong on St-Laurent (which is closed for renovations at the moment). Best of both worlds, I say.
72A de la Gauchetiere O, 514-861-0815.
Waiter said they close at around 9pm these days. I noticed a breakfast menu starting at 9 or 10, offering Chinese and western options.