The bun really stood out on its own. It was thick, nicely buttered and toasted. Remained crispy to the last bite. Pork chop was boneless, which made it easy to bite compared to Tai Leo Loi Kei. It was also less salty. The charred edges of the pork chop was tasty, otherwise the other parts were just normal. On the overall still an enjoyable meal because of the outstanding bun. The iced milk tea ($4++) had nothing to shout about. They have a $25++ two pax set lunch meal for weekdays currently.