|Nelson: This HK style cafe (tsa tsa tang) was just what Kitty was craving. It's convenient too since the service is fast as my time was limited with the newborn with us. The drinks, soup and bread are quick to come out. The soups are Russian bortsch and a creamy one. Generic but warming. The bread is so very buttery. We had a tea and a milk tea (not pictured). Gotta have the milk tea when at a HK style cafe, right?|
|Grilled pork chop and striploin steak ($11.99). The steak is extremely thin and I didn't like the meat that much. Same with the pork chop. The black pepper sauce was great though as it was bursting with black pepper.|
Kitty had the deep fried fillet of sole cutlet ($9.59). It's fried well and crispy on the outside. I suspect it was frozen, but it wasn't freezer burned or anything and was actually pretty good.
Generic HK style cafe, but sometimes Kitty just has to have it.
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