he Lucky Restaurant is known throughout HK for its egg tarts. The owner Mr. Li (Ng Man-Tat) is faced with a big rent increase. Combined with a lack of customers, he is seriously considering closing up shop. The other themes in the movie involve two of the waiters, Sui (Stephen Chow) and Fook (Eric Kot). Sui, better known as the Prince of Egg Tarts, is a ladies man. He one day encounters his match, his first love Candy, from high school (Sammi Cheng), now a registered nurse. Fook is a foolish looking character but with a heart of gold who meets up with his first love Fanny (Kristy Yang), who works at a Tae Kwon Do facility. Mr. Li';s son Nam (Daniel Chan) is a photographer for a gossip magazine, a big Chiba Maruko and Siu San (two Japanese cartoon characters) fan, who meets up with Fon Fon (Hsu Chi), the daughter of a real estate tycoon. Of course the movie goes back and forth between joy and heartbreak, success and failure. What will happen to all these relationships? What will happen to the restaurant?
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