Greyhound café-a brand from Bangkok now is getting popular in Hong Kong. You know, in this fast paced, expensive city with extreme competitions, a new brand could be easily squeezed out if you cannot catch much attention ASAP. But the fact is, this brand is occupying HK’s luxurious areas: Central, Tsim-sha-tsui, Kow Loon Tong… It’s not that common for a Thai restaurant to reach such high achievements, in Hong Kong.
I’m already a fan of it, so…hope that you could tolerate my following little-bit exaggerated description.
Here comes my must-haves:
1.Salmon Carpaccio in Spicy Hot Sauce
With best reputation, the fresh salmon slices swim in special Thai spicy sauce. The spicy sour sauce is like a catalyst, making the salmon tastes even fresher.
2. Crepe Cakes
The very first time when I tried the banana chocolate crepe cake, I nearly shouted out! Come on! I will have a lifelong crave for this. Then I kept trying the strawberry crepe cake and the coconut one, they are all cute. But the banana one is always my favourite.
Compared to those surprising appetizers and desserts, the main dishes are kinda “average”. I mean, they are all delicious, but you can try them at any Thai restaurants. So my advice is, to try more appetizers. (@Fashionmimo)
Hong Kong Branches
Shop 1082, Podium Level 1, Central
Shop OTG01, G/F, Ocean Terminal,
Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui
Shop L2-42, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon