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12-min walk from Exit B, Tai Koo MTR Station
Telephone
2562 3444
Introduction
It is an all-day dining concept serving contemporary, American diner food in a stylish, relaxed setting. Open daily for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. continue reading
Good For
Casual Drink
Opening Hours
Mon to Fri:7:30 - 00:00; Sat & Sun:10:00 - 00:00
Payment Method
Visa Master AE Cash
Other Info
Wi-Fi
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine Details
Cake-cutting Details
Online Reservation
Delivery
10% Service Charge
Outdoor Seating
TV Broadcast
Book and Get Daily Rewards
Signature Dishes
The Wagyu Burger Quesadillas The Original Burger The Mexican Hot Dog Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich In Da Club
Review (72)
Veteran Gourmet 2016-05-12
4126 views
The News Room is always one of the best places to have a business lunch with clients. I went for their no-brainer business lunch set today. Salad/SoupIn their lunch set, you may choose between salad and soup and I went for their salad, while their soup was tomato cream soup on that day. All greens are fresh and crispy and the dressing was just enough which was also not too sour, sweet, or savoury. Fish PlatterAmong all other chicken, beef options, I chose the fish one which was a mix of grilled fish including salmon, tuna, prawn, with some broccoli, caulifower on the side. The flavour was good however the fillets were a bit dry. Compared to the chicken and steak lunch, I would probably not going to pick this fish main course again. Chocolate Mousse CakeThe very dense cake has been prepared prior and brought to us after we finished our main. The cake was bittersweet using semi-dark chocolate. A great treat during a long business lunch time!  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)
Rising Gourmet 2016-04-17
2512 views
星期六晚想搵地方飲杯嘢,周圍都好多人,有朋友提議去鰂魚涌太古坊,假日果然好少人。夜晚九點前都仲有 happy hour! 星期六喎!啤酒只不過係$4x,又冇逼你要花生,係幾抵飲,環境好靜,方便傾計,講嘢唔使同啲人聲,音樂聲鬥大聲,但另一方面就冇酒吧啲好chill 嘅感覺,所以睇你想要咩環境啦。 continue reading
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Novice Gourmet 2016-04-15
2028 views
Growing up, I used to think of a chicken sandwich as a joyless meal. That was until I'd met far superior versions of the classic sandwich at such places such as Fuku in NYC, Sylvain in New Orleans, or Hot Star Fried Chicken in HK/TW. Heck, even chain sandwiches, Nando's, Chik-fil-a, Bojangles, etc make a darn good chicken sandwich.The version at the News Room Diner reminded me of why I hated the dish as a child. Desiccate, flavorless, breast meat chicken on greasy toast with a perfunctorily limp piece of lettuce is about as unaccomplished as one could get away with, especially at $105.Beyond the chicken, the daily soup (vegetable) tasted canned, the side salad had all the life of a pensioner, and the service was spotty (one fellow diner's dish came nearly 15 minutes after everyone else's). At least the chips were nice - hot, crispy and well seasoned.If the News Room Diner is out to replicate soulless, race-to-the-bottom American staples, well then; News flash: They've done a fine job of it. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice’s point of view.)