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Arriving by Bus: #123/143/587/590/598, Bustop Name: Orchard Plaza, Bustop No.: 08137. Arriving by Train: Somerset MRT. Nearest Carpark: Centrepoint Carpark continue reading
Telephone
6733 3353
Introduction
<BR>Causeway Bay Hong Kong Café is one of the many Hong Kong-style chain restaurants in Singapore. The restaurant serves customers with an extensive menu, consisting of a great variety of dishes. continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Signature Dishes
Giant Size Hong Kong Burger
Review (17)
Level4 2014-03-30
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This restaurant is located quite prominently at Orchard road and the restaurant layout looks really cosy and comfortable.  Decided to have my lunch hear since not much people. Service was alright and staffs are friendly and helpful.  Had tried their luo song tong,also know as the boscho soup, which is simply tomato paste soup base with mixed vegetables.  The soup was quite diluted and not much vegetable can be found in it.  The iced milk tea, which I suppose to be very look forward to, was very disappointing.  Super diluted with lots of ice cubes inside, which the portion of the ice cubes is even more than the milk tea. Moreover is too sweet and not flavourful as well.Grilled Chicken chop in hot plate looks rather 'too simple' and like a course that can be easily prepared at home. Chicken chop was too dry and not really grilled till very nice and fragrant.  French fries were cold and too salty.  Even the mushroom sauce taste like can soup sauce, which is totally no creative.  Spent $15 for this meal which is not worth. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-15
29 views
Desire to having dim sum for tea break , so while searching we found a restaurant in Centrepoint named Causeway Bay Hong Kong Cafe. We ordered Liu sha Bao , Radish Cake, Prawn Dumplings etc. They serve a unique style of cooking liu sha bao by frying , when serve it was piping hot with the filling melt in your mouth and the bun crispy , the radish cake was served with bean sprouts and egg taste delicious , the prawn dumpling is quite big and crunchy. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-19
22 views
This Hong Kong Café is very comfortable as is quite spacious and the environment is also cooling and nice. Have bought their pork chop to try and was not too impressed with it. Even though the portion was quite a lot, but the taste was so so only. The pork chop was tender and juicy but the marination was not really tasty. the French fries were quite soggy and quite salty. The quarter corn is also too dry and not flavourful. For the price of $12, is expensive and not worth the money. continue reading
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There wasn't much people in Causeway Bay Hong Kong Cafe that day. It was nice and cosy and cooling compared to the hot weather outside. The staff was attentive and friendly. We ordered the Nissin Noodle with Egg and Luncheon Meat, Fried Rice Lapchiong and Chicken rice ball/bomb. The Nissin Noodle with Egg and Luncheon Meat is your typical comfort food, it tasted alright. Fried rice with sausage was delicious almost like claypot fried rice but without the claypot. Chicken rice balls (I don't know the real name, didn't take note) was the most interesting dish, I see this huge crispy burnt rice ball size of probably a tennis ball/baseball. Cracked it open and there was a hard boiled egg hidden within! The rice was delicious when coated with the sauce and paired off with the tender meat. There're many shops here to jalan jalan right in town. continue reading
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The Hongkong style version of Char Kway Teow.The hor fun is cooked with sliced pork, bean sprouts, chives and eggs. I liked the unique taste of this dish.I don't need any chilli to go along with the dish.Price around $8.50 cost about twice the amount one would pay for our Singapore version of Char Kway Teow.This dish is similar to the beef hor fun except that instead of adding beef they replaced it with pork slices. continue reading
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