The One cafe is located next to Richmond Center and I heard
the owners used to own a very popular stall at Parker Place. Their menu is
quite similar to all of the other HK Style Cafes in Richmond but I find the
execution of their food is better than others.
Vermicelli is available for breakfast and it comes with a drink. My expectation
for this was very low so I was pleasantly surprised by the deep flavour of the
House Sandwich and it was great!! The double-decker sandwich contains egg,
cheese, bacon, tomato, mayo, and lettuce.
Cafes but this one takes the prize.
something like jumbo prawn and something sauce on spaghetti. I wish I
remembered because this was really good and relatively inexpensive for the amount
of large plump prawns I got.
addition to the prawns, there were green peppers, onion, mushroom, tomatoes.
This dish comes with steamed corn on the side as well.
about ten in my dish. I highly recommend this for lunch!
their “Lobster Special”.
Unfortunately, their lobster special menu is only in Chinese so people who can’t
read Chinese may miss it. We ordered the $43.80
one for our family of four. This
includes a lobster and two entrees. At first we weren’t sure if it would be
enough food for the four of us, but you will see later on that it was WAY more
very good and had much less MSG than the one I had at Phenom Penh (post).
$5.00. Bad choice. The noodles were soggy, soft, and mushy. The lobster on the
other hand was great so if you were to get this, just order the lobster as is.
of Mushrooms with Egg Tofu and Broccoli for one of our entrees and it was
very yummy. I love mushrooms and fried egg tofu so this was the perfect dish
with Cabbage or something like that and unfortunately this was a fail. It
was oily and just didn’t taste right. We packed most of this to go but
I don’t think we even ended up eating any of it. Overall, for a whole lobster and two entrees, it only came up to $12/person so it’s very affordable!