‘A taste of Hong Kong’: Honolulu HK Cafe opens branch in Robinsons Place Manila — Philippine Daily Inquirer

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— by Kathreena Gabaldon: Baked rice, dumplings, barbecued pork, and the popular “Cha chaan teng” (which literally means “tea restaurant”) beverage have turned Hong Kong’s unique dishes into one of the country’s most favored Asian cuisines. So, it’s no surprise that tea restaurants continue to gain popularity among Filipinos.

And among the many dining establishments which offer delectable Chinese cuisine is the Honolulu HK café. Established in 1940, the store not only features a delightful food menu but also an interior display of oriental wall decorations, classic table setting, and fancy chandeliers…

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May 3, 2019 — 06:34


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