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「厨尊」位于市建局保育及活化项目「618上海街」,以大排档的形式提供餐饮服务,是由新加坡的社会企业Project Dignity所营办,其社会使命是帮助香港弱势群体在职的需要,给予他们能自力更生的「尊严」。 继续阅读
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等级4 2020-05-16
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噚(15-5-2020 Fri)日同老公放假离开教育大学後,就再嚟上海街618被活化嘅旧建筑,支持呢间社企,我哋嚟到後,就研究买咩食,我就一早锁定要食咖央多士,嘢饮就要恐龙美禄.老公就要沙律,慢煎糕同热鸳鸯.买完要自己留意嘢食出咗未,然後自己出去攞.我嘅咖央多士同恐龙美禄好快整好.咖央多士唔厚,揭起睇,有一片牛油喺喥,食落,多士仍脆,但咖央令我好失望,冇香味亦唔甜.味道:1.5分恐龙美禄OK正常冇问题.味道:3分老公嘅嘢食呢?佢研究咗慢煎糕即系冷糕,我哋曾经喺钻石山食过(嗰个食评: https://www.openrice.com/zh/hongkong/review/%E7%94%9C%E5%93%81%E5%81%9A%E6%97%A9%E9%A4%90-e3410367),老公好锺意食,今次又撞返,咁就要食.揭开睇,有好多花生碎,食落,冇上次食嘅脆口,味道一般,唔甜.味道:3分而沙律(罗o若),由生果同油炸鬼加甜辣汁同花生碎做成,生果中,大部份系番石榴同菠萝,其次系青瓜同梨,呢个唔太辣,几好味,但加埋腍咗嘅油炸鬼,感觉有啲怪,或者呢个系地道新加坡小食啩.味道:3分热鸳鸯呢?我只试一啖,奶茶味系淡啲,或许佢嘅作用系冲淡咖啡嘅苦味,等佢冇咁苦.味道:3分价钱衣o家睇返张单,原来价钱平咗,要咖央多士同慢煎糕,再要嘢饮,就成为下午茶餐.2.76分服务:同样睇返张单,见到罗o若印住正常辣,我问卵老公,买嘅时候有冇问佢辣度?佢答冇.咁呢样或者可以改善,又或者唔好印正常辣,以免被评价.环境:其实一嚟到,已经嗅到调味料嘅酸味,或者因为系open kitchen缘故啦,但呢只味都几令人误会系食物问题.阔落嘅,不过冷气好似有啲冻. 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级4 2020-04-30
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因近期疫情关系好多人都发掘左做厨神嘅天份,甚至会去油麻地上海街一带买工具,而市建局其实已重建旺角上海街600至626号共14幢唐楼为活化商场「618上海街」,进驻了本地特色小店和餐厅,例如人气马来西亚餐室苏妈苏妈,不过仲有另一个马拉餐厅选择💁🏻‍♀️由新加坡社企 Project Dignity 创办的熟食中心,主打海南鸡饭、喇沙咖喱、咖央多士等新加坡美食。熟食中心大部份员工系特殊人士,例如茶水档由聋哑人士掌理,理念系通过技能培训让身体残障人士可以自力更生,弱势社群亦可坚强地生活 💪🏻客观评论,其实小编食完觉得餐厅食物唔算特别出色价钱亦唔系特别平,尤其系依个价钱但采用自助形式,客人需要去唔同食物种类摊档自取食物。不过当初真系纯粹抱住支持社企嘅心态去帮衬,而且商场成层都用左餐厅,环境非常阔落,亦明白食物嘅价钱要用作舖租和员工人工。所以睇吓大家系抱住咩心态去食啦🥰.👓马来椰浆饭配咖喱鸡 $58跟传统一样配料有参峇酱、蛋、花生、小鱼乾、青瓜。可惜椰浆饭完全唔够椰浆味甚至唔太食得出。咖喱分别有一只鸡髀同鸡胸肉,份量比较少薯仔都冇旧,鸡肉好韧,咖喱系嗰种以辣油为主少椰浆奶味。评分:5.5/10👓喇沙鸡 $55喇沙汤底比较重辣味,反而唔太重椰浆味,我会比较锺意重奶味嘅喇沙汤底🤧采用慢煮原只龙岗鸡,鸡肉肉质反而比咖喱鸡好,较淋身冇甘韧。有一只蛋和好多旧豆卜,配料算丰富。平时食开嘅喇沙都系用油面,不过依度同时有油面和粉丝两样,真系跟足传统嘅喇沙有惊喜,而且粉丝比较吸汤食落颇惹味。评分:6/10👓 咖央多士 $20多士烘得香脆嘅,但无论牛油或咖央都系太少料,好薄嘅一片,成个多士食落好薄身冇口感,相比下吐司工房个多士更厚身好食。评分:6/10👓恐龙美禄+$15正常嘅美禄饮品配上足量嘅美禄粉,中规中矩,但相比下都系吐司工房嘅恐龙美禄较多为出色。评分:6/10👓南洋咖啡 热 +$8反而几好饮,唔算太浓咖啡味、有苦或酸味,奶味刚好唔会太淡,好容易入口。评分:7/10 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级4 2020-02-26
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Dignity Kitchen is a restaurant that changed my life. Originally from Singapore and now with a branch in Hong Kong, this place is a social enterprise restaurant that serves as a 22 day training program for people with disabilities. For the past 10 years in Singapore, they have trained disabled people in a hawker type restaurant to acquire skills in the workplace so they can not only find jobs elsewhere, but they can also gain confidence in themselves. To hold their head high and be proud of what they do in life. In Singapore, they have a very good track record in job placement and have even expanded to not only a restaurant setting but a bookstore as well. Now, they have expanded to Hong Kong in the newly refurbished 618 Shanghai Street. Bringing with it the same philosophy and goals. They train them restaurant skills while paying them the legal minimum wage. They also hold free lunches for senior homes around the city. This is excellent in not only it lets the seniors have a free meal but it provides the staff a way to practice their social skills.I happened upon it one evening while browsing the new 618 Shanghai Street. A building refurbished with "retro" shops and quaint cafes. But when I came to this floor, I was intrigued. The place was practically empty compared to the cafes surrounding it. The staff at the cashier greeted us. Informing us of what this place was about. I looked at boyfriend and said This. This is where I want to have dinner tonight.The place is very spacious. In fact, they have taken up the entire floor of this building. The decor mimics a Singaporean hawker stand.There is a drawing of the founder of the place on one wall.You can also see where the classroom is where they do their training.They even have information on how to customize your drink.Their ordering system is not automated. The lady informs us they are working on it. At the present moment, you order at the cashier and they will give you two paper tickets. One you keep and the other you bring to the the counter that prepares the food. Menu is in English and Chinese.  There is no 10% service charge. Once you order, you give one paper ticket to the staff that will prepare your food and wait for them to call your number for pick up. It's very self service, so bring your tray  for disposal as well.We ordered our drinks and waited for our food to be prepared. Boyfriend had the Ice Teh ($19, on the left) and I had the  Kopi ($18, on the right). The ice teh was not as sweet as the ones we usually get at other places. But it had a nice tea flavor. I liked my coffee as it wasn't as sweet as most places but just as strong.We shared a Kaya Toast ($20). The kaya, we were told, was made in-house. It was really good. A very fragrant with the addition of egg and coconut. They added pandan so it made it extra fragrant. There were slabs of butter that could have been melted a bit more but it was fine. I had the Chicken Rice ($58). The rice wasn't too oily but I think it could have done with a bit more chicken oil to bring it out. But at least it wasn't dry. The chicken was good. Very moist and tender. It was all nicely placed together as well.  There were fresh cucumbers underneath and al drizzled with some sauce. It came with some pickles that were really good. At first I though it'd be spicy but they weren't. It also came with a bowl of chicken soup that was a very rich in flavor.Boyfriend had the Shrimp Laksa ($58). There was a surprisingly a lot of  toppings! A whole egg where most places only give you half an egg. There was lots of tofu puffs, about 4 shrimp, a few fish balls and fish cakes. Oddly, there was no bean sprouts. I wonder why?  The toppings tasted very good. The balls had a good  bounce. It also wasn't spicy at all but rich in flavor. It was a nice thick broth. They have samba sauce on the side for you to add if you want it spicy. After adding that, boyfriend said it definitely lifted it up.They  also used a thick noodle that clung to the rich broth very well.The portion size here was very generous. The service was excellent. Friendly and sincere. Everyone worked hard atwhat they did. It was wonderful to chat with the people who worked there. And they honestly wanted to know what you thought. If they could improve on how they prepared the meal. They say the best meals are ones made from the heart. I could really feel that here. And for that, I will be back and wish them the best of luck as Hong Kong is a not an easy city to succeed even for ones with no disabilities. 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级4 2020-02-17
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前阵子得知上海街有一个唐楼活化做商场,还知道里面还有一家由新加坡社企开办的food court,里面是给提供一些工作机会给特殊人士,就是这样吸引了我来到这里,食店位於二楼全层,设计都是新加坡food court设计,人客睇啱食物,就要在收银处买飞,再交飞去相关的档口,档口的人会叫你在几多分钟再来取食物,我今日一个人来到这里,但见好多食物我都很想试,就胆粗粗的叫了很多食物,其实都不知自己会否吃得完。第一样是咖吔多士,这里的咖吔是自加制,多士烘得很脆,里面的咖吔份量刚刚好,不会太多,也不会太少,自家制的咖吔比一般的咖吔多了一份自然椰香味,不会似坊间的那麽重香油味道,甜味也做得很好,多士用上薄面包,因为可以比厚面包烘得较香脆,果然不错!热南洋咖啡,咖啡味浓,因里面已有一些练奶和花奶,所以不需再额外添加糖,但入口不会很甜,入口香醇,不错!斑兰蛋糕,这里的斑兰蛋糕是用上每日新鲜运来的斑兰叶打汁而做成,味道很天然,没有坊间的带有一种香油的味道,蛋糕焗得很香很松软,味道也不会太甜,一吃便知是新鲜焗起,斑兰蛋糕可以全个买,或可以切件买,人客可以自由选择!新加坡沙律,又名ROJAK,里面有很多新鲜的生果,有黄梨,番石榴,青瓜,沙葛,青芒果,青苹果,油条,再用虾膏,辣椒,糖,花生,柠檬作调味,口感非常,甜酸辣味涌上味蕾,生果很新鲜,每样生果都吃到它们的甜味,加上这特别的酱汁,再加上油条,再多几分层次,令人回味无穷,真的很有惊喜!我都不知觉地吃完全碟沙律,正!诚意推介!!喇沙虾面,这里像新加坡的可选油面或粉丝,我就选了油面,这里的食物都不会用味精,就算喇沙汤底,都只会有它本身的食物味道,汤味浓但不会咸,材料丰富,虾味鲜甜,里面还有豆泡,鱼片,蛋,芽菜,油面质地都不会太腍,有点烟靱,虽然吃了那麽多东西,份量都不算少,但我都居然吃得下,真系奇蹟,可能这里的食物味道天然,吃得很舒服吧!这个地方还可以提拱给食客包场,包食物的服务,我现在已经想定了圣诞可以来这里包场开party了,哈哈!! 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)
等级4 2020-02-08
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这次再到上海街618食东西 看到有家社企餐厅名为厨尊的餐厅位於2楼全层 主打是新加坡菜~餐厅装修呈现旧式香港风格 在不同档口取所点的餐这家餐厅是社企Dignity Kitchen由新加坡开到香港店舖是以社企形式经营的新加坡美食市集 ~ 厨尊 ~邀请一群社会上有特别需要人士来工作及学习事物藉此机会鼓励香港共融文化帮助他们融入社会工作食物总共有数款选择 午餐还有热饮赠送价钱不太贵另外有新加坡出名的咖央西多士和椰浆饭等等供应~贴心的店员会从旁指引去取餐 所点的餐会有两张纸仔按所要的食物去相应的位置 然後把其中一张给店员到取餐时再给店员以便确认 另外水吧店员是聋哑人仕请大家用枱上的文字去指给他看 不要以为他没礼貌🙇‍♀️·海南鸡饭 HKD$58在海南鸡式下会有经腌制过的瓜 味道带点咸味挻开胃另外在餐汤和沙律附上 海南鸡鸡件很鲜嫰而且份量多点酱汁来食每到鸡件味道昇华🤤🤤 用来拌饭也不错呢·热南洋咖啡 HKD$0(跟餐价)咖啡选择了少甜 认为味道还有点甜 因为我不喜欢太甜下次再去要点微糖才行 但咖啡味道很香浓很喜欢☕饭後来杯咖啡真是醒脑醒神❤ 饮咖啡是很重要的😆😆 继续阅读
(以上食记乃用户个人意见 , 并不代表OpenRice之观点。)