OMs Hong Kong style is fabulous. I have been here 2 times now in the early evening, the second time was with a party of 4, one of whom is very descriminating when it comes to Orential food styles. We found the staff very attentive and willing to help with describing your choices or with your desire to customize a dish. Daily specials are many and the tanks of live seafood are well maintained (not fancy to look at, but to see eel, rock fish, shimp, crab, lobster, etc. ready to prepare to your liking is refreshing). The environment is simple and accomidating. It's nice to see family tables with lazy Susans to share dishes, and that group events are set up with pink linens and flowers. Staff checked in with us as often as needed, yet not so much as to bother us. When anyone at the table looked in their direction we were acknowledged, approached, and asked ""May I help you with something?"" Unless I miss my quess, I'd say most the staff are part of a family owned business. Very noteworthy is that next door is the OM Seafood Market where one can purchase your seafood. And finally, on your way in and as you exit, don't forget to pay your respects at the well kept Budda shrine. Enjoy.
Pros: Alternative persons welcomed, we with pink hair, and such.
Cons: Not well enough known