Sep 14, 2011|
Hong Kong is a city where the strong get stronger, and Cafe Deco Group is following this model to a T by adding not one, not two, but three new venues to their lineup:
There’s CDG’s second Berliner (Shop G18, G/F, Olympian City 3, 1 Hoi Wang Rd., Tai Kok Tsui, 2148-5388) on Kowloon side, following the success of the first outlet in Sai Wan Ho’s SoHo East. It has the same menu of hardy German sausages, pretzels and pork knuckles.
There’s Dim Sum Bar (Shop G103, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2175-3100) in TST, a proper restaurant that serves its namesake in scrumptious, creative varieties.
Then there’s Pho Yummee (Shop 19-21, Level 1, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Rd., The Peak, 2849-2121), a casual Vietnamese joint on the Peak that serves Viet-style street food at relatively affordable prices—a bowl of rice noodles with sliced flank steak in beef broth costs a mere $54, or there’s a chicken variation for $50.