The restaurant is located in a commercial district in the center of Queenstown. The English name of the restaurant is literally translated as "Reminiscences of Hong Kong". The restaurant's signboard is called "Tongle Restaurant". There are countless restaurants in Queenstown, but Chinese restaurants are one of the few, and Tongle Restaurant is a well-reputed one. Entering the small door, walking up the second floor, my eyes brightened: The spacious and bright hall is set up with Chinese-style dining tables, and the Chinese-speaking waiter presents the Chinese menu, which is kind of intimate. The restaurant’s specialty is seafood. I ordered the "Lobster Two Eats". The ingredients are fresh, the cooking is exquisite, the taste is authentic, and the stomach is full. It may be because of the ingredients. Some vegetables are crispy and not glutinous, but the overall flaws are not concealed.
I ordered some home-cooked dishes, emphasizing that it is really expensive, really expensive, and the price is very low. Service attitude is average. The dishes in the picture were just served. I don’t know who gave the courage a price of $30 per dish, Liang Jingru? The taste is average, here is Cantonese, which means the taste is not authentic. Scallion-stuffed mutton should be scallion-stuffed onion rings. The poor mutton was so thin that it was so light...you choked speechlessly after eating a meal. I would rather eat McDonald's.