Silvermine Beach Resort is looking better under new management so we decided to give the restaurant a second try. The prices are slightly higher than cha chaan teng prices in the village.
here two years ago. But still, a word of caution. Go for the local stuff because the chefs are obviously local.
Don't bother with the more exotic Southeast Asian food because they simply can't get it right here. This is supposed to be char kway teow, a Malaysian specialty. Instead, it was just rice noodles fried with curry powder, the way they do the spurious "Singapore noodles" everywhere in Hong Kong. It tastes weird, to say the least.
I must say though, they were consistently slow throughout - the bill took forever to come and we could have walked off for all the staff cared.