after the initial hiccups & light showers on first evening & yesterday morning, the weather favoured us for the remaining time of the trip.
this morning we were going to hike at dragon’s back. decided to drop in at kam wah cafe 金华茶餐厅 on 12.1.2016. ^^
this was supposed to offer the best polo buns 菠萝包 in hong kong. well according to 1 reviewer. 🙂
cafe was quite full at 915am but we did not have to wait as the server got the guy to move to another table. he just finished up & go, cheerful & very nice about it.
this was a much better example of sensible customer management c/w yat lok which made us (6pax) wait 15mins while seating the rest (2s & 3s) queued behind us…didn’t make sense.
don’t know what the fuss about polo bun?
a buttered slightly sweetened bun with an added slice of butter?
none too expensive at HK$10. and for the char siew version (to me a waste of time…especially when hong kong makes such poor char siew!) it;s HK$21.
i ok with it meaning can eat it, but it’s not my kind of food la..i think macdonald better & i don’t eat mac also, usually…
so i am a poor contributor to this kind of food reviews…
鸳鸯 ? could taste both coffee & tea yes! why is that special? i rather have coffee or tea (mostly coffee).
cheese toast…ok also la…
instant noodles with cheap ham & sausage…this one for sure i made lots better at home.
it was good though we had something to eat before some exercise climbing the 282m (only!) dragon’s back.
Kam Wah Cafe 金华冰厅