Tsim Sha Tsui is an urban area in southern Kowloon, Hongkong. It’s a major tourist hub in metropolitan Hongkong, with many shops and restaurants that cater to tourists. Many of the museums in the territory are located in the area.
The area has the highest concentration of hotels in Hongkong. Prominent and renowned hotels include The Peninsula, Shangri-La & Intercontinental. Other hotels in virtually every price range and level of luxury can be found throughout the area. Chungking Mansions is well known for providing cheap lodging for backpackers.
In this area, you can find many variety of restaurants. Hillwood Road concentrates on restaurants of different national dishes. Knutsford Terrace is a terrace of pubs. Kimberley Street is famous for the Korean cuisine restaurants and grocery stores. Located on Nathan Road, the Chungking Mansions is a major tourist attraction in Tsim Sha Tsui. They are full of inexpensive guest houses, Indian restaurants, and money changers.
This area is also one of the main shopping centre in Hongkong, include: Harbour City, iSQUARE, K11, Miramar Shopping Centre, New World Centre, Silvercord, The ONE. The Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard is located along a section of Nathan Road. The flagship stores of several luxury brands are located at Canton Road.
After getting around in there, I choose Cafe de Coral for my late lunch. Cafe de Coral is the largest publicly listed Chinese fast food restaurant group in the world. Locally here in its Hongkong headquarter, Cafe de coral is the market leader of the fast food sector, catering to over 300,000 customers per day. They offering quality products to their customers at affordable prices. They are also innovative in their new product, with over 100 items on their menu list on any one day, and regularly rotated to maintain variety of choices.
For first dish, I order Pork Barbecue Rice. Price HKD 22 or 28 K. The pork taste is so yummy. The meat is tender & well caramelized. Good choice!
Second dish, I choose Noodle with Pork Bacon & Dumplings. Price HKD 22,5 or 30 K. The soup is less salty. Maybe a little bit of soy sauce will be perfected that dish. The dumpling skin is quite thick, but they generously give shrimps inside it. Quite okay.
Roast Duck & Steam Chicken Rice for final dish. Price HKD 37 or 47 K. Everything is cooked well & taste quite scrumptious!
Cafe de Coral
2/F, Chungking Express, Chungking Mansion, 36-44
Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
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