Monday, 30 January 2012

Citygate Outlets Food Court (Hong Kong)

We went to Ngong Ping 360 to visit the Giant Buddha. After that visit, we took a cable car back and went to Citygate Outlet for lunch. Citygate Outlet is a shopping mall with international brands offering discounts all year (305-70%) round.

As it was around 1230pm, there was queues at the restaurants. Hence, we decided to eat at the food court which is operated by Food Republic. Very similar to food courts in Singapore in terms of food, variety, layout and concept.
After walking 1 round, I had no idea what to eat. I wanted to eat something that cannot be found in Singapore. In the end, I decided on the stall called Noodle & Congee.

Menu (Chef's Recommendation)
I ordered Set A: Wonton Lo Mein with Steamed Vegetable HK$40 (S$6.67).
Set A: Wanton Noodles with Steamed Vegetable
The Wanton Noodles was so-so, well this is a food court after all. If you have time, you would be better off going somewhere else.

Citygate Outles Food Court (Hong Kong)
20 Tat Tung Road(Near Tung Chung MTR, Exit B)
Food Republic, Level 2
Cable Car Terminal to is located at the top left corner of the map.

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  1. The wanton mee looks similar like the same over here. I do fancy these from time to time but thats pretty expensive. We can get this for below RM10 at the shopping malls and stalls can be below RM6.00.

    Again, its all about the experience of trying out food while traveling and as the saying goes - Never try never know.

  2. Hi Nava

    spot on 'never try never know'. Due to the lack of time (long queues) and the location, this was the best choice. But well, food was disppointing. Luckily, there were other great food during this trip that made up for this!

  3. Hi FC!
    *Stalking your blog back* haha!


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