Being a branch of Gaia they like to crank up the billable extras. As well as the mandatory tea charge and 10% service charge (most HK restaurants other than the least inexpensive ones usually insist on this so this is nothing especially unusual), they also bring some sort of snack to the table when seating clients. This is non complimentary and likely to be around 30+ hkd. I asked for the snack to be taken away and this was no issue.
In the mood for something light, I had a burdock and sesame salad when here. Very nice.
When I spun into here it was around 4 pm. I forgot until I received the bill that when I was at another branch of Gaia there's a 50% discount for eating in the window between lunch and dinner. I've no idea if this applies at weekends / holidays.
Cons: They like to crank on billable extras