Contact details: (02) 516-8022
Food ordered: Laksa Soup in Steamed Boat / 2 Kinds Sausage (Chinese and Duck Liver Sausage) with Mushroom Clay Pot Rice / Big Isaw / Lobster Cheese Roll / Pig Ears / Yakisausage / Pearl Nai Cha
Value for money: 5
Overall Rating: 5/5
HER FOOD BITES: We've been wanting to go to this place ever since we heard about it. There was a time when we dropped by, but then apparently it is closed on Sundays. So finally we were able to visit Eat Fresh and try their Hong Kong street food. Verdict? It was soooooo goood! Pretty authentic in my humble opinion. :) These are actually the kinds of food you'll find in the small alleys along the streets of Hong Kong. I loved the Yakisausage which was a variety of, I think, mushroom, veggies, and meat all wrapped around yummy bacon. Yummmmy!!! The claypot rice with chinese and duck liver sausage was okay, but would have been better shared (we did share, but as you can see, we ordered a lot! hahaha!). Best part of the meal were the food on sticks, most especially the isaw! I love isaw and I must say, this is one of the best! And I've tried a lot... haha! Pretty big , super delicious, not to mention crunchy! So yeah, obviously, we will definitely see you again Eat Fresh! :)
Value for money: 4
Overall Rating: 4/5
HIS FOOD BITES: At long last, we found the time to visit Eat Fresh one Saturday morning. Our previous visit prompted a different resto since the place was apparently closed during Sundays. I am a self-proclaimed street food lover here in Philippines and even in the other countries that I have had the pleasure to visit. It is really exhilarating to dive into the pleasures of the palate and the street food culture that goes hand in hand with each journey. For starters, we had their standard food on sticks: isaw, tenga, lobster, and yakisausage. Those modest appetizers were all really tasty and pleasantly simple. For the main meal, I automatically chose the fiery Laksa and it instantly became my personal favorite. The spiciness of the Laksa had just the right amount kick for me; a lot spicier than most people enjoy. A personal preference ;). Their laksa is served on a metal bowl that is constantly heated to prevent any untoward incident of your soup giving you the cold treatment. Overall, great meals at affordable prices! How I wish Eat Fresh would open its doors on Sundays!
About the venue: The venue has a classic cafeteria feel. A place where you could just relax and have a great meal. There are about 5 parking slots available in front of Eat Fresh.
Recommended for: Friends
Value: 50 - sky's the limit! :)