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Hong Kong breakfast

SteakyMatt Sep 20, 2010 03:14 PM


We will be in Hong Kong for 2 nights in November.

Please could anyone recommend anywhere for breakfast suited for western tastes?

We will be staying on Nathan Road.

Best regards

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  1. PeterL RE: SteakyMatt Sep 20, 2010 05:49 PM

    A lot of hotels have western style buffett breakfast. Or you can try the ubiquitous Cafe De Coral. Starbucks? If all else fails, McDonalds.

    1. Charles Yu RE: SteakyMatt Sep 20, 2010 05:58 PM

      Nathan road is one LONG road!! Anyways, scattered along its length are HK style cafes that serve 'pseudo-style' western breakfast such as bacon/ham/sausages with eggs, toasts ( try them with coconut 'gaiyan' jam, very aromatic! ), hash brown...etc. However, you could also give rice-congee with fried dough and stirred fried egg noodles....a try?! There are also 'Shanghainese' style breakfast serving soya bean milk, scallion pancakes, dumplings etc.
      Explore and Have fun!!

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        klyeoh RE: SteakyMatt Sep 20, 2010 06:48 PM

        My fave place for a real American breakfast near where you're staying is Main St Deli at the Langham Hotel in Tsimshatsui. It serves NY-Jewish (not kosher tho) food during lunch/dinner, but also has an all-day breakfast menu from 10am, running the gamut from pancakes, French toasts, waffles, eggs, bacon, to breakfast burritos. See the last page of its menu here:

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