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It may be only small but it is quite verdant and shady. Suprisingly it is quite hilly also as you walk in the paths. It's quite near to Austin station and not that far from Kowloon Park so if you plan it right you can walk through both.
During my frequent visits to HK, I often stop at Yoshinoya restaurants for something to eat. I find their meals very tasty with a good menu selection and good pricing.
Much better than those burger joints.
English menu is a plus, although the people just can barely speak English. All toppings I had tried (beef, minced pork, young bamboo, meat ball, fish ball) are fantastic. The broth is outstanding (but it's quite spicy for me, anw, I cannot eat spicy then maybe it's still ok for average people). Everything in the bowl is very nice, except...
...this is only slightly better than average at best. The bloke making them clearly puts a great deal of time and effort into each sandwich, and is very friendly, and the filling was pretty tasty. Maybe not 'banh mi' as such but still very good as a sandwich filling I suppose. However, it's quite an expensive lunch by local standards...
I went to Colour Brown Cafe on my own looking for a good coffee and brunch . Foodles was great the staff friendly the other people there sociable and the flat white one of the best
Highly recommend - Roy
Ps they roast the coffee on site☺
Stayed here for one night ,rooms were spacious but smelled of smoke.Beds were hard like most beds in China.The improvement needed is from service side,staff not friendly and are not helpful,not willing assist customer as they should.Close to temple market though .
Practically this is located in a commercial building in Hong Kong, safety and cleanliness is in question. It is not a hotel but more like a privately run hostel. The only pros is the location, it is located in the city centre, walking distance to Tsim Sha Tsui and a lot of cheap-eats around the area.
It was very easy to find the place to be honest, it's very near the mrt but to get into the guest house was very difficult. The area was super crowded, the Indian markets was super lively. People keep trying to sell us so many stuffs when we were just trying to get into our guest house and dropped our...
Nothing to brag about. If you just need a place to rest at night and roam the city during the day this place is okey. We stayed in a family room with 2 big beds and we are 4 in the room. The room is so tiny that fits for 4 persons only. The bathroom were also small. But the...