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Monday, July 7, 2008
Hai Jin Porridge Shop
G/F., 103 Argyle Street, Mong Kok, Kowloon
We had an early breakfast at this café just besides our hostel.
My dad had the Twisted Curled Noodles (HKD$21/SGD$3.80) which was quite crispy and came in a huge pile on the plate.
Likewise, the serving of the Fried Noodles with Luncheon Meat (HKD$21/SGD$3.80) was very generous.
I had the Hot Soya Milk (HKD$8/SGD$1.40) which came in a bowl instead of a cup. It’s freshly made and the sweetness was just nice.
The Soft Cake (HKD$7/SGD$1.20) was not what I expected. I thought it’s similar to Ma La Gao but it’s actually steamed rice cake which I don’t like.
This being my last meal in Hong Kong, I couldn’t resist ordering the ubiquitous Carrot Cake (HKD$11/SGD$2). This is soft and good.
All the food are only prepared after the orders are taken so our food was served hot from the kitchen.
This place caters more to locals than tourists. I think this is quite a popular place as there are 4 branches throughout Hong Kong.
Labels: Hong Kong
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