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blissful_hope Apr 5, 2007 09:33 PM


Can anyone recommend a good Hong-Kong style cafe in the chinatown area? One with baked pork chops on rice, cold milk tea, etc...


  1. pinstripeprincess Apr 5, 2007 11:36 PM

    this won't be entirely helpful, which i apologize for, but i think your search will yield limited if not non existent results. the majority of the hk population pitched their tents in richmond hill/markham/thornhill and perhaps scarborough during the years before the hand over. i watched richmond hill change from catholic italian (well i did go to a catholic school) with a handful of diversity... to majority chinese in a matter of 5 years if no even less.

    downtown chinatown rarely contains hk population unless they're just visiting from the north and i haven't seen an hk cafe ever. some places do have hk items hidden in their menu... i did however enjoy many interesting meals of hk style food while in richmond hill and have an unwarrented nostalgia for them

    1. Teep Apr 6, 2007 07:55 AM

      Hong Kong Harbour Restaurant, second floor at 472 Dundas Street. The last of its kind downtown. Kim Moon used to serve pork chop rice etc., but I haven't been for a long time so not sure what the menu's like now.

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      1. re: Teep
        red dragon Apr 7, 2007 01:05 PM

        Oh my, is that place still around? I used to frequent that place so often about 13 years ago, making the trip all the way from uptown. They had really good food back then. I remember the set meals, starting with soup, fish with creamed sauce on rice, then beef or pork chop on rice with veggies and a drink. I don't know what it's like now, but for HK style food, I usually eat at places in Scarboroug, Richmond Hill or Markham now.

      2. westhead74 Apr 6, 2007 10:45 AM

        I believe Goldstone on Spadina south of Dundas still has baked pork chops and similar dishes. Plus they do a great ice lemon tea.

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        1. re: westhead74
          Ender Apr 6, 2007 05:29 PM

          King's noodle beats Goldstone anytime. They also have some HK style food on their expansive menu and its actually worth eating IMO.

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