Classic Hong Kong food & drink
Hong Kong Cafe HOKO takes a creative and modern approach of the classic HK food menu from 1950s, that traces its origins to British colonial rule in the 1950s.
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Deep fried toasts sandwiched with peanut butter, topped with maple syrup and thick slub of butter
Deep fried squid tentacles, sprinkled with Chinese spiced salt seasoning , fried shallot, garlic, coriander, fresh chili and lemon juice
A modern interpretation of deep fried HK French toast with soft chewy mochi filling, seasoned and lightly burnt with a sweet and savoury soy sauce glaze and wrapped in a crispy piece of seaweed
Deep fried HK French toast with buttery milk lava, ovaltine powder topping and biscoff crumbs
Deep fried HK french toast with salted egg yolk lava, cheese cream and crispy pork floss
Deep fried HK french toast with Nutella filling, cocoa pops, cocoa nibs, lemon zest
Deep fried HK french toast with ham, cheese and honey
Hong Kong’s take on the classic British tea with milk and sugar. A rich, full-bodied blend of different black teas with evaporated milk, and a silky, velvety smoothness.
Coffee meets tea. The drink offers both the rich and creamy milk tea taste and the irresistible aroma from the coffee - marrying the two seamlessly together.
Ceylon black tea with fresh lemon slices, one of the three Hong Kong Cafe classic.
Refreshing tropical drink with lychee
Childhood memory drink - Sweet red bean with milk and evaporated milk.
Refreshing tropical drink with pineapple