Leaf Dessert, Hong KongCurrently Open [Closes at 10:30 pm]
- Address: 2 Elgin St, Central, Hong Kong
- Timings: 07:00 am - 10:30 pm Details
About Leaf Dessert, Hong Kong
Leaf Dessert is situated in Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
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Leaf Dessert, Hong Kong Reviews
Not a place for tourists.FOOD was one star and service was the worst in my experiences of all Chinese noodles shop.Beef and wonton noodles were acceptable as they were up to HK standards.But they came with rude service.I will definitely not bring other friends here.It was upsetting to witness a Chinese family was being kicked out after sitting in two separate tables because there were two kids and wanted more space.We then had seaweed and green bean sweet soup.It was not hot enough. Would love to sit longer to chat more for a 2nd can of beer but were told to pay up.Think it was kind of cool to sit on a slope,watching all kinds of people passing by. Felt as if we had enough time with our table and should be 'get the fxxk out of my place!' from the boss and the fat grumpy lady.
This is a very old Dai Pai Dong selling noodles and deserts. The rudeness of the shopkeeper is always a characteristic of historical dai pai dong. The noodles and fish ball was famous but not quite keep up of the modern demand except the price is comtempory. The hygiene is poor and the waitress dips her finger in the sugar soup deserts. Avoid such shop if you can.
Horrible service and attitude, simply rude. Making bad image for Hong Kong! i won't recommend !
The worst place to visit. Lady owner berates you and yells at customers . For your own sanity stay away ...
The food is just normal, just below expectation. Rudeness of the shopkeeper (5 STARS)