Capital Café 華星冰室
English Address : Shop B1, G/F, Kwong Sang Hong Building, 6 Heard Street Wan Chai
Chinese Address : 灣仔克街6號廣生行大廈地下B1號舖
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Phone No. : 2666 7766
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Categories : Hong Kong Style | Tea Restaurant
Spending : Below $40
Overall Score : 3.5
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Milk Tea、Toast with Scrambled Egg、Crispy Bun with Sweet Condensed Milk
Opening Hours: 星期一至日:07:00-23:00
Number of Seats: 80
Payment Method: Cash
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Corned Beef Omelette with Instant Noodles
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HK Epicurus (1077 Review(s))
I am recently becoming a little addicted to their Corned Beef and Egg Omelette on Instant Noodles, 鹹牛肉蛋出前一丁。
Ok, u can probably make the same thing at home, but you also could with the similar quality Scrambled eggs on Toast, or Spaghetti noodles with Char Siu in canned chicken broth, or their Club Sandwiches. I mean a lot of Dai Pai Dongs or Cha Chaan Teng are so over-rated in Hong Kong as people are just inconvenienced to make it themselves. I know I could cook better food using 1 hand (Sorry April Fool's is over already ) but the market does exists for places serving carefully executed homely food!
[IMG:1]ANYWAY, the omelette surprisingly has a really strong edginess taste and Wok Fire flavour, and the Corned beef input just right and not overly salty. VARIATIONS do exist between different outlets of Capital Cafe. Some shops serve it as is to customers, some shops offer u slightly adjustment possibility with the instant noodle seasonings given for you to add-in yourself as some sort of DIY. You can copy this in your house comfortably too, but I don't drive around a Food Truck and a kitchen daily and sometimes just want some comfort food... In this aspect it is doing very well!
Dining Offers: Tasting Event, Group-buy, Credit Card Offers
Spending per Head: HKD35
Overall Rating : Taste4 Environment4 Service4 Hygiene4 Value for Money4
wendyyee (1 Review(s))
It was our (my friends and I) first breakfast in HongKong..we went there quite early that day..reach there somewhere before 8am..so the workers there look abit shocked(maybe they don't use to see tourists waking up so early for breakfast I guess)..without knowing what or how the breakfast look like,we just simply ordered whatever was written on the menu..It turned out to be very delicious..the toast was warm and flavourful..sweet and abit salty from the butter..the macaroni and ham was abit weird for us at first cuz we didn't mix both before eating..it was bland eating the macaroni without the ham..but somehow magic happens when you mix up both and eat..we wrongly ordered the egg(fried instead of scrambled) but it was nice as we use it for dipping with the toast..but somehow both the milk tea and coffee were the least i like..i found the flavour of both drinks were just simply too rich and full..too much for early breakfast..worse if you drink without adding sugar in it..somehow after adding sugar into both the drinks,it taste less heavy/full..just managed to finish it..went there again this morning..had the egg changed to scrambled egg instead of fried..it just taste so nice!!the egg is hot and fresh..kinda wet but i just love it..smell and taste awesome!!just love the simplicity of the meal (minus the drinks)..
Recommended Dish(es): scrambled egg,toast,macaroni and ham
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD30 (Breakfast)
Overall Rating : Taste4 Environment3 Service4 Hygiene3 Value for Money4
Mediocre scrambled eggs but great pork chop bun
thehungryegghead (8 Review(s))
Hubby and I walked in around 1:00pm on a Saturday...restaurant was almost full at that point, we got the last two seats.
The menu is similar to Australia Dairy Company, so we got the set to compare. Along with another order of the pork chop bun.
The eggs were not nearly as good as Australia Dairy Company, but the pork chop bun is the best we have had in Hong Kong. Different from the Macau Restaurant's pork chop bun, and better tasting.
I would definitely be back for the pork chop bun if I am in the neighborhood.
Recommended Dish(es): pork chop bun
Date of Visit: 2011-12-17
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD40
Overall Rating : Taste3 Environment2 Service2 Hygiene3 Value for Money4
失落的日子之月餅殺手 (1389 Review(s))
After visiting my primary teacher, I walked to Wanchai for 常餐.
It took me over 10 minutes for seat. If it tastes good, 10 minutes is fair.
The iced milk tea is big enough for a 32 degree hot sunny day but the tea base is not strong enough. So, I was quite disappointed for the milk tea. Or, should I try the hot one instead?
The marconi in soup with BBQ pork taste pretty good to me. I enjoy the marconi's smooth texture but not the BBQ pork.
The other dish had thick toast, ham and fried eggs. I presonally add some sugar on the buttered toast and that's the minority of dessert or sweet food I enjoy. The fried eggs is above average.
If time permits, I wish I can come again before going back NY.
Recommended Dish(es): 常餐
Table Wait Time: 15 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD32 (Tea)
Overall Rating : Taste4 Environment3 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money3
Yummy food and very local taste
angelbi (7 Review(s))
Super yummy food! Very local tasting food and decor. It was great showing my daughter this type of cafe to see what HK is about!
Their scramble egg is so fluffy and with great flavour. Iced lemon tea was just the right sweetness and great clear tasting tea.
Special mention to their quick and friendly service. Kids friendly!
Recommended Dish(es): Scramble eggs,ham and toast
Date of Visit: 2011-05-25
Table Wait Time: 5 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD30 (Lunch)
Overall Rating : Taste5 Environment5 Service5 Hygiene5 Value for Money5
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