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#B2-13/14 Vivo City
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6378-8270
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Restaurants » Deli & Cafe, Asian
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  1. Leenie Pigs
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     12 Nov 2014 at 6:04 pm
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    If you enjoy your meals in Hong Kong then you will definitely like the Central HK Cafe. The entire cafe is nicely decorated with my mum's childhood idols. Pictures of famous ladies in bob hairstyle or honey comb back starched hairs poised with a smile in black and while while men usually with straight shiny well oiled hair otherwise curly permed styled decorated the walls of this hong kong street look alike cafe.

    While we brace ourselves to sit in the tiny booths that resembled some old tea house i go to in HK for dim sum, we were given a laminated A3 sized menu and a slip of paper to order from. Love the fact that one side speaks english and the other side speaks chinese, the menu spoke many HK specialities and delights while we slowly take our pick while trying not to be distracted by the beautiful night scene of Kowloon City outside the makeshift fake metal windows.

    I ended up with a H.K Rickshaw noodles ($4.50) just to reminisce the time of my travel. While the soup noodle arrived in a slightly large bowl with thin angle hair egg noodles, half a sausage, half a braised egg, One braised wing and a huge chunk of radish. It tasted average and surprisingly, the radish tasted yummy. Yes the radish, sucked up the flavor of the soup while adding its own sweetness on a firm yet bitable texture was yummy.

    The Curry Beef Rice ($7.90) is a stewed beef in somewhat Jap curry tasting sauce. Beef was soft and yummy while the curry is a little sweet for my liking.

    Polo bun (butter) ($2.50) was crusty and soft with a slice of cold hard butter reminded me of Kaya Toast... I prefer kaya toast

    Macau Pork Burger ($5.00) is not worth $5.00 however the pork chop in the burger was yummy though a little overlaced with sauce and messy to it, it was the most yummiest dish i had this trip.

    Grass Jelly Mango Pearl Coconut Cream dessert ($4.00) arrived atop some shaved ice. While its a mouthful to pronounce, its also a mouthful to eat. The taste was quite so jumbled up I was reminded of chandol... and i prefer chandol... though the grass jelly has got the texture of the gui ling gao which i loved very much.

    Pretty nice place if you are not too picky about the food... no wow factor however its a nice cafe to hang and have some asian delights...

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