It can get a bit rowdy at times, and the cooks seem constantly overworked, but it's overall a nice place to kick it. They constantly display the latest in HK movies and music videos over the media system. The staff is also very friendly as well, treating you like a friend instead of just another customer. The great thing is that they are open until 2 am on weeknights and 3 am on Fri and Sat, so it is perfect for those after club munchie sessions.
As far as the food goes, I would definitely recommend the takoyaki (Osaka octopus balls) and the HK style waffles. The HK style egg nuggets are okay, but sometimes inconsistent, depending on which time of day you go. The drinks are so-so, not the best, but not bad. However, if you visit during the daytime, the gentleman who works there does an awesome job with the drinks and snacks. If you see him, make sure to let him know that Eric sent you! If you are more hungry, there is also a good variety of Chinese rice dishes as well.
If you are into HK and Taiwanese chicks, this is your spot. It seems to be the trendy hangout for the local college crowd. Unlike other tapioca shops, the high school kids are not in full force, possibly because of the location, which is a bit off the beaten path, and is virtually inaccessible by foot.
Occasionally, you will find a few young'ns smoking and talking loud outside, especially on the latenight tip, but since this is Milpitas, they really aren't all that tough. No worries. =)