Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Greyhound Cafe at IFC mall has proved so popular that another branch opened at the end of January in Harbour City, across from Al Molo. When I visited back in Feb, it was still in its early days so it was not too busy on a Monday evening, but there was a steady stream of customers.
While this Greyhound Cafe echoes the same look as its cousin in Central, with the funky line drawings on the walls and windows, that's where the similarity ends. The Kowloon version has an expanded menu with more items from drinks to desserts. After having a sip of lemongrass drink (HK$35) -- a slightly sweet but refreshing drink choc full of ice, we were ready to chow down on a feast.
My friend really enjoyed the combination of the salmon with the strong kick from the sauce, so much so she finished most of the plate! We also had the famous Greyhound fried chicken wings (HK$68), that are in fact wings that are halved, marinated in a fish sauce and then deep fried. They are perfect munchies that go well with beer.
Definitely a place to grab a bite (big or small) in between your shopping spree at Harbour City.
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