I have dined here twice, and can say that I have no complaints with the food itself. The first time was to have hot pot in the middle of the Guangdong winter, and it was a wonderful experience. We spent a couple of hours cooking our way through a selection of vegetables, tofu, mushrooms and noodles. The second time, more recently, and in the middle of Summer, we had spicy tofu and udon noodles and some kind of almost luminous lettuce (but very tasty). Both times we rounded of the meal with some German (non alcholic) malt drink. Lovely. But...
Both times, the bill came to close to 200rmb. For the hot pot, I felt it was worth the price due to the time, experience and amount of food. But for the most recent trip, the bill could not justify the three dishes and two drinks we had.
Cons: Price!, 10-15 min walk from nearest MTR