Great little find amongst the chaos of Tsim Sha Tsui. This place is a really old style Italian that's a bit like stepping back in time. It's slightly dusty and faded authenticity is a nice change from the countless theme restaurants that proliferate elsewhere in Kowloon or the high end high priced hotel restaurants that charge a fortune for a slice of history and the food here is really good and reasonably priced. Going to the bathroom is a total trip and reminded me of that movie Being John Malkovich.
Favorite Dish: The Risotto is very tasty
This is one of the typical 24 hours Hong Kong eateries with most of the local food you can find. They are air-conditioned and cheap too. You can get a quick meal and continue on your shopping spree!
Favorite Dish: It has to be the Chee Cheong Fun, directly translated from Cantonese is Pig Intestine Flat Rice Noodle but it only looks like it and taste delicious with different ingredients inside (eg. Char Siew, pork, prawn meats etc).
This busy, late night noodle shop with no ego problems is known for its won ton soup and shredded pork noodle with spicy bean sauce.
Favorite Dish: You will regret not trying the braised noodle with shredded pork with special sauce and Cantonese wantons (HKD23) if you are here. You will definitely love it and want to go back again. That's what I did before coming back to Singapore. I even bought their handmade noodle and got my mum-in-law to cook them back home immediately. They taste so... good! Yummy!
This is another air-conditioned porridge shop where you can try the Hong Kong "Zha Liong", rolled flat rice noodle wrap with fried flour fritters. They are special to me where I have not seen it in Singapore before. The shop may be small but you can see and taste what the locals eat!
Favorite Dish: Of course the Hong Kong "Zha Liong"! They are soft and crispy if eaten hot.
The food culture in ancient times to health has been mainly because they have a focus on physical health; Recently, South Korean popular ice cream cheese shop Yogulo flow, the very busy landing area to a low-fat, low-sugar ice cream cheese as selling points, has instantly made a hit in the Mongkok area, specifically in the grand century place. This korean yogurt shop is now popular here and I have to taste it since is just beside my hotel!
Favorite Dish: Yogurt with Mango and Strawberry and Kiwi Bits at 35 HKD (4.20 USD), Cheesecake at 25 HKD a slice, Muffins at 15 HKD. there are also a variety of choices to mix with the yogurt such as chocolate, jackfruit, strawberry, blueberry, mango, vanilla, plum, apple, etc. and also you can surf the net for free while eating here as long as there is no line in their pair of desktop computers with broadband connection.
Dan Ryan's Chicago Grill offers authentic American steaks, ribs, burgers, sandwiches and salad in a friendly, lively and upscale atmosphere.
The restaurant features period music, old newspapers, posters, neon signs and an artist's mural depicting vintage Chicago night life. A comfortable and relaxed setting.
The stylish and relaxed Dan Ryan's offers a genuine American dining experience for customers of all ages!
Favorite Dish: It has to be their Full Slab Ribs (HKD198) and their Tiramisu (HKD55). They are so delicious that you want another serving! Cheers!
not very big, but the mood is really very good. live music all the time. it's a good place for drinks and music .
Favorite Dish: not much food i want, but i do like the live bands alot!!!
Drinks are at reasonable price too.
A friend of mine told me that there were plenty of Indonesians in Hong Kong, and I decided that, rather than going for Thai food (a pretty common affair in North America), I would aim for Indonesian. I found this restaurant when going to the Hong Kong Museum of History, and decided that I would try it once I had finished. Indonesia Restaurant is run by ethnic Chinese from Indonesia, so I'm not sure if that affected the cuisine served, or if they stuck to traditional Indonesian food (for Muslim Indonesian fare, there are many restaurants in the Causeway Bay area). The service was excellent, and the staff was very helpful. Their command of English was quite good, although everything on the menu is pretty self-explanatory. The restaurant was clean and well organized, with a tasteful, calming décor and soft music. The food is not expensive, but the presence of a fixed-price menu helps customers to decide what goes best with what, as this is not always apparent.
Favorite Dish: I had a lamb curry, peanut satay and spicy chicken soup, which had lots of lemon grass. I also got milk tea - I don't know if this is traditional in Indonesia, but it is ubiquitous in Hong Kong and delicious. Overall, the food was spectacular and the meat was lean, not what I expected of any restaurant in Hong Kong.
I just returned from a short business trip dragging my airline cabin bag to a meal (with a friend) in this restaurant. The food was good and not cheap, the staff unconventional who turned not co-operative and most unfriendly when I after paying for the buffet meal discovered that my bag (kept a short distance away) was unzipped and ransacked; laptop stolen plus other accessories too. The restaurant was not busy at the time. The Police came, report made. I shall never go to this restaurant again.
Café de Coral is a fast food franchise based in Hong Kong. It also operates the Manchu Wok chain in North America and Oliver's Famous Sandwiches in South East Asia. The chain is one of the largest and most common fast food chains in Hong Kong with more than 120 restaurants. It was established in 1968 and today caters to about 300,000 people on an average day.
The food is typically Chinese with some Western dishes. The restaurant only offers breakfast during the morning (lunch during the noon hours, tea time meals in the afternoon and so on) and as the day progress, its menu changes to reflect the appropriate meals being sold at that given time of the day. In another words, one is not able to order breakfast meals during dinner time. over 100 items is on the menu list on any one day, and are regularly rotated to maintain variety of choices. Standard menus range from western cuisine to traditional Chinese dishes. New products and seasonal products for each time segment will be introduced regularly.The restaurant operates in all urban and town areas of Hong Kong. In commercial districts, there might be three to four in an area.
Branch at 3rd Level of Grand Century Plaza opens from 08:00 am to 10:00 pm.
Favorite Dish: Breeakfast:BBQ Pork Bun,Fried Rice Noodle Roll. (Hearty Breakfast!)
Lunch:Hainan Chicken with Seasoned Rice, BBQ Soyed Chicken (Terrific!)
Dinner: Fried Rice Noodles with Beef and Soya Sauce, Hot Pot (they have many varieties, you
choose one from the counter!), New Zealand Long Sirloin Steak.
Menu:Pineapple Bun with Butter and BBQ Pork Bun along with more adventurous goodies like Fried Rice Noodle Roll with Spicy Pork Cubes, Japanese Style Fish & Beancurd Patties, Pork Loin with Apple and Cabbage Roll with Chicken, omelet, beef steak, chicken steak or fish fillet cutlet with rice vermicelli, shell pasta, instant noodles or dew-drop noodles, chicken in glutinous rice, Hot and silky smooth Pork and Preserved Egg Congee, Dried Fish Peanuts & Pork Congee or Sweet Corn & Mushrooms Congee, Fried Vermicelli, yummy Fried Noodles in Soy Sauce, Fried Turnip Pudding, hot pot, sizzling plate ande a lot more!
Average price is from 20 hkd for noodles, 25-30 for rice dishes, 40-50 for sizzling plate and 45-70 for hot pot!
see my new cafe de coral video here in kowloon videos!
There are many signature dishes like mango pudding and double boiled egg or milk. This stall is packed with a wide range of desserts.
Favorite Dish: I tried the double-boiled egg white and milk with harsmar and double-boiled egg yolk with bird's nest. They tasted good.
If you are looking for pure Vegetarian food or Jain food, try to go to Chung King Masion 5th Floor B block, it is good, quick service and not much crowded. Good for families too. They also deliver it to nearby hotels / guest house. Price very reasonable.
Also have food as prasad at ISKON Temple, where you get pure VEgatarian Lunch or Dinner, but only problem is you need to order it in advance, 2 to 3 hrs before.
This chinese restaurant is not too frequented by tourists, in fact, there were no tourists around when we dropped by, and it was a busy lunch hour! The crew all speak in Chinese and the only way to get your order up is by pointing the picture of the meal you wanted. Lots of noodles and soups. Diners unusually prefer milky cheese on toast as dessert and milky tea to go with it. (I keep wondering why but unfortunately didn't try it.) We also see a lot of ham and omelet ordered.
From the street, the restaurant's view is a frontage of kitchen crew making noodles and doing their usual kitchen tasks. (I bet the kitchen is never a boring place at all, being a great place to people-watch as well!)
King's Lodge is located in easily accessible Chatham Road South in Kowloon, amongst shopping stores and hotels. Very busy, especially at noontime, it appears to be a preferred place so we just went in to sample some real chinese dining.
Favorite Dish: There's a lot in the menu - rice meals, noodles and soups, and the usual chinese dishes found in most international cuisine restaurants. There are also exotic dishes one should try like eel and some fish i've never heard of. We decided to try lamb in spring onions and a grilled carp. The carp was rich and saucy and quite delicious, but i was particularly amazed that the lamb was cooked in perfection, one cannot tell its lamb. No unusual lamb smell, to be precise.
Price ranges HK$35-45
This Restaurant is called R66 and is located on the 62nd floor of the Hopewell Center. Take the glass lift up to experience the breathtaking view. It is called R66 as it revolves and takes 66 minutes to do a full rotation. I took my partner here for his birthday and we werent disappointed. It was amazing. The view was fantastic at night, the food was delicious. much to choose from and the value was excellent. We would definatley recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Hong Kong
Favorite Dish: Buffet, so much to chose from