Lo Chiu Restaurant G/F 17-19 Hillwood Rd Tsim Sha Tsui 2314 7966 Grub: Wide range of traditional Vietnamese treats, from drinks to grilled big-head shrimp. There are also set menus and desserts on offer. Vibe: This is somewhat inconveniently located smack in the middle of Tsim Sha Tsui and Jordan, so it's a bit of a walk from either MTR station - all the better to work up an appetite. The interior is fairly old, and not especially comfortable, but more than adequate for a casual dinner. Who to bring: Friends. The restaurant may not be especially shiny and new, but it is roomy, and perfect for big groups of friends. Dishes are served in quite big portions, so they're perfect for sharing between a group. The only drawback is the rectangular tables, which make it a little awkward to pass food around and to talk to everybody at the table. What's hot: The set dinners are a great deal. They come with a choice of two bowls of noodles in soup, two choices of main dish and a fried vegetable. The noodles in soup are delicious, especially the traditional ones with turnip, which gives the soup a fresh, sweet flavour. Another great dish is the grilled big-head shrimp, one of the restaurant's signature dishes. They also offer curry dishes and the chicken wings and bamboo shrimp are also definitely worth trying. If you love tomato, try the noodles in tomato soup with beef brisket. The soup base with real tomato chunks is constantly comforting. What's not: The noodles in soup taste great but the noodles themselves are a little bit too wide and too delicate, meaning they break apart if you don't eat them fast enough. Their texture is closer to Chinese rice noodles than Vietnamese vermicelli. Cost: About HK$100 per person - or more if you're a glutton who doesn't believe in sharing.