2033 86th Street Brooklyn, NY 11214
It was a late Saturday evening after a Brooklyn Cyclones game that Will, my friends, and I were trying to find something to fill our tummies up. Most restaurants were already closed and our friends didn't want diner food, so I did a Yelp search and found that HK Tea & Sushi doesn't close until 11:30PM. Perfect.
HK Tea & Sushi was affected by a fire in 2010 and was reopened about 10 months after the fire. The decor didn't look any different from before.
The food at HK Tea & Sushi is Hong Kong Style with a side of Japanese cuisine as well. It was the four of us eating, so we ordered four entrees.
|Beef Yaki Soba|
I wasn't too hungry and didn't want a big meal like Will and my friends, so I ordered the beef yakisoba. The beef was moist and tender. I wasn't too thrilled with this dish.
|Minced Beef over Spaghetti|
|Portuguese Seafood over Rice|
Our other friend had an eggplant with fish fillet over rice. Nothing too special.
I felt a little sick so I asked for a ginger ale. It took more than 5-10 minutes for the waiter to bring me my ginger ale. I'm not sure why it even took so long.
All in all, the food was good and reasonably priced, but I think the service could be a little bit better. I wouldn't come here a lot because of the not-so-great service and plus, there are better Hong Kong Style Restaurants in the neighborhood.