The deal here is that if you want to eat here, you buy a ticket from the ticket office in advance. At time of writing the price is 98 hkd for the normal priced menu or 138 hkd for the deluxe menu. You are giving a seat meal based on the number of people in your group. It's a big dining hall with over 300 seast. Bearing in mind how many people they will get pouring through the doors to have lunch at the same time, it's no real surprise that the dining hall is like being in a canteen.
Having attended as part of a couple the 98 hkd meant I had brought to me:-
* Chinese tea
* a spring roll
* warmed tofu with corn
* mixed green leaves cooked with mushrooms
* mock chicken cooked with celery and zuchini
* boiled rice
The soup was OK without being anything to get excited about. The spring roll also but was a little on the small side. I personally don't like corn (just a matter of personal taste) so no surprise I didn't think too much of that dish. The green leaves and mushrooms I thought were the best thing about the meal. My girlfriend didn't share my opinion and preferred the spring roll and also the soup. The mock chicken, celery and zucchini was also OK.
If you are looking for strong over powering flavours then this may well not be for you. The seasoning used in the cooking of main course dishes was quite delicate.
The above list sounds like quite a spread but remember of course it's shared between 2. I was full enough at the end. It was suggested to me afterwards that 98 hkd for this maybe a little over priced. It helps of course that its all vegan.
The surrounding setting is immense and is very much a tourist trap.
That it's a fixed menu isn't always an issue for a place but I really don't like sweet corn and would never order a sweet corn dish.
Cons: Fixed no choice menu