Added June 28, 2017 at 9:06 am

Tasty food. Great service. Awfully hard to find. Nice decoration.The place has a very high ceiling. The two aircons are mounted on and near the top of the ceiling. There are also two ceiling fans. It's hardly enough to cool the place down in the summer. Go when weather is cooler. Definitely not right now.


Added February 22, 2020 at 11:37 am

If this place is no good, I would not have been ordering pizzas and pastas delivered to my home every month or two since 2014. This is a no nonsense neighborhood corner pizzeria. Nothing fancy. Don't expect kale, spinach, or feta in their pizzas. They're good at what they're doing. I've passed their place at Convention Center several times. The sit down set up is just several tables, open air. Not conducive for the summer unless you like to sweat. If anything, the tomato sauce in their pizzas are not as tangy as what you would get in the U.S. probably as a local compromise. Still, for a piece of Americana in Shenzhen, this is as good as you can get !!


Added February 22, 2020 at 11:54 am

I used to go to their place at Coco Park quite often until it was closed shortly before the virus attack. I would rank their burgers as the best in Shenzhen because they use very good Australian beef. It's well prepared. You can really taste the flavor of the beef. I only have two complaints. They should call their onion rings, onion rings, because it's not. It's just fried onions julienne. Tastes good, but very messy to eat. Another complaint is the air con - in Shekou and Coco Park. Not their fault, but it's a bitch to go their for lunch in the summer. Special mention: the Saturday night parties is the best in town !!


Added February 22, 2020 at 12:04 pm

Great service. Great value. Great atmosphere. Great quality - if pub grub is what you want. The BBQ piglet parties are fantastic. You have to get there early because it's always full.

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