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Everyday – 11am to10.30pm
We were there for dinner and glad this cafe opened till pretty late, enough time for us to slack in the cafe till our movie time. Whats better to come later then dinner time is that you get good seats... We got to seat at the huge circular booth which gave us much privacy and we hope could dampen our loud laughters and noisy teasing.
The menu was a delight with many choices of interesting sides, appetizers, mains and dessert. Many depicting the street food in hongkong, we couldn't help but had to order some to share.
1) Fried Chicken - was crispy and juicy on the insides, skin was a tad too salty, otherwise all is good.
2) Pork porridge is some thing I always love as a supper, it warms the tummy yet its not too heavy and i loved it with nuts. The porridge was pretty delicious and came in a claypot that kept it warm througout.
3) Spring Rolls and Dim sum was pretty yummy though cannot be compared with the handmade serious stuffs from the tea houses, its acceptable for its quality and price.
4) There are many choices for dessert and drinks and though we all love different stuffs, i must say the desserts are in particular nice but remember to ask for less sugar coz all seemed too sweetish for me.
Great experience and will return again.
High Tea are important part of the entire shopping trip. While you splurge on the Christmas presents and almost anything your eyes takes fancy, you have got to seat and rest, chalk up the gossip scales and have a moment of guilt for not being the item you've seen previously and liked.
Situated right next to the escalator, this outlet serves up a good chinese, western fusion affair. The menu has confusing lots of yummy stuffs and extremely hongkonger dishes like instant noodles with SPAM or tea with coffee (yuan yang). Best of all, no queue and lots of seats to choose from. We managed to secure a nice cushion seat 2 for our bums and 2 for our shopping bags. Ordering is fast and the food arrived as quickly. I must say.... just like when I'm in HK.
We ordered a noodle with SPAM, which is pretty healthy and lots of veg, a side dish of something that looked like spring roll, which is a tad too oily for me, a french toast whom I find really special yummy and again Sinful.
The french toast I must eleborate. It is a cube of bread soaked in egg and deep fried. Served beautifully with maple syrup and a thick slice of butter melting on top. Eating this is a little messy and it is definitely good to share. The inside of the bread is soft and the extra butter makes it rich and creamier.
For desserts, we ordered a yuan yang which is something that gave my tastebuds a surprising confusion. Its a mixture of tea and coffee and tasted something I wouldn't know how to describe. The mango and pomelo dessert is also a clash of sweet and extreme sour. Sweet from the mango ice cream and the bits of pomelo is extremely sourish. They have these transparent balls that burst in your mouth, coating it with a layer of sourish something.
The overall experience was pleasant, it is a noisy place so good for gossiping about anything. Service is fast and price is reasonable. Great place if you enjoy eating food HK style
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