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港铁上环站 A2 出口, 步行约9分钟 继续阅读
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开饭介绍
Motu Kiwi is a New Zealand Fijian restaurant that brings a different kind of food and culture to Hong Kong. Some of their signature dishes include their Lamb Shankwich, Crayfish Parfait and Kumara, Spinch & Satay Samosa. 继续阅读
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食记 (7)
等级4 2017-06-25
1094 浏览
礼拜天和男友想说在家附近吃个brunch,想试试不一样餐厅,看到这家纽西兰餐厅评论还不错,便去试试看。我很少写差评,如果我真的给一个差评大概不单是我自己的个人口味问题。这家餐厅在嘉咸街斜路上,差不多到街市。店内装潢可以感受得到纽西兰风情,有国旗还有那边的动物摆设等,还蛮有外国风情。我个人觉得这家餐厅HH来喝杯酒是不错的选择,但是来吃东西大家就不要浪费钱了。周末做的是brunch menu, 有7款食物可以选择。我们点了Lamb shankwich ($118)还有chicken burger ($138).店里是开放式厨房,所以可以看到店主在处理食物。大概10分钟两份食物就弄好了。这边的就只有三明治和汉堡,没有像沙律或是薯条放在旁边当配菜。三明治外面煎得很油,可能牛油放太多。里面放了羊肉和一片芝士。可是羊肉碎真的太咸太咸了,连男友平时能吃咸都觉得太over,我吃了几口就吃不下去了。另外鸡肉汉堡里面的鸡肉用了鸡胸肉,但鸡肉弄得还蛮乾,还有两片菠萝,但颜色不是新鲜菠萝的颜色,而且还蛮薄的,没有任何新鲜蔬菜在汉堡里面。我们都笑说自己在家弄也比这边好吃很多吧。我觉得这家店价钱和食物质量成反比,中环有很多好吃的餐厅,我是不会再来第二次了\(╯-╰)/ 继续阅读
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等级1 2017-05-15
607 浏览
Love the kumara chips as a starter and their smoked ribs are great. The open kitchen suits Chef Vini's open style of discussing his food with guests.  One day I'll have to try their breakfast.  Great location as they as on a street without vehicles so sitting outside is also an option. 继续阅读
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等级4 2015-09-17
2138 浏览
今日朋友S想试新嘢,我哋就嚟呢间试试。环境简洁,我哋 order 咗三个lunch set($118 each),头盘炸磨菇,主菜是鹿肉肠pizza, 羊肉三文治和煎三文鱼,还有一杯饮品。我哋加一客炸芋头($25)。靓女Waitress服务周到,详细讲解食物的制法,值得一赞。  炸磨菇 将饭让入磨菇内,外层是面包糠,十分香脆 ,加上黄椒汁,几特别。  鹿肉肠pizza,皮薄香脆, 朋友话十分好味 。  羊肉三文治,法包加上羊肉和一些配菜,朋友话酱汁和羊肉配得好 。  煎三文鱼,煎得刚刚熟,外脆内滑 ,真系有心之作 。配菜系薯仔沙律,味道也不错。  炸芋头,芋头十分粉,先焗後炸,所以不太油,食落外脆内软,很不错 。最後一杯香滑热朱古力,十分满足。 继续阅读
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等级3 2015-09-09
1526 浏览
There is a Kiwi cafe in Hong Kong! I dragged my kiwi husband there ASAP for a coffee break.As it is a kiwi cafe, of course... everything is BLACK. It has to be BLACK with a little of white. It is indeed quite a cool looking cafe. At soon as you walk in, there is a big piece of Kiwi bird sculpture. Nothing can be more "kiwi" than that. There were few boxes of Anzac Weetbix Granola sitting on the counter. A NZ flag given by the NZ Society of Hong Kong which we have just recently joined as well. SO everything is very KIWI --- good sign!The cafe does not only look like a Kiwi cafe, it's REALLY a kiwi cafe because it serves NZ food! Something you probably can't find it anywhere else in Hong Kong. This is what really impressed me.On the day we visited the Motu Kiwi, it was 3pm -- quite late for big meal, also the kitchen was only serving snacks as well for the same reason. We ordered a TuaTua Slider. I don't know Maori, but apparently Tuatua means a kind of edible clams in maori. As it is called, the patty is made with TuaTua (clams) and fish. The bun was made with squid ink, therefore they are BLACK. The bun was very fresh and tasty. The lemon mayonnaise gave a bit of sweet soul (more sweet) taste which is very appetizing. Wish there is a bigger version of this! Cos it's really tasty.This is a great introduction to NZ food in Hong Kong. We would definitely come back for a proper meal sometimes. 继续阅读
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等级1 2015-09-08
1042 浏览
As a fellow Kiwi I wanted to try this place when we saw it on Graham Street as New Zealand restaurants aren't common place in Central. We weren't disappointed!We ordered the following dishes (sorry no pics);Motu Benedict - which is their take on eggs benedict. Ticked all the boxes of a winning version of the dish with soft runny eggs, tasty sauce and some really great smoked bacon which is always my preference over ham.King Salmon on mash - again a winner. Beautiful fresh NZ salmon cooked perfectly and smoked using manuka wood to give the fish a very nice (but not overpowering) subtle smokey sweetness. yum.  Banana and Coconut Pillets - which are essentially mini pancakes that come with avocado and chocolate. We thought it could be one of those love or hate dishes, and that may be right...but we loved it.  The coconut really seemed to bring the other tastes together. Still confused how they pulled it off! Service was great with the staff and the Kiwi chef in the open kitchen making us really welcome. Coffee was to the high standard any self respecting kiwi would expect and great selection of teas! We could also tell from the ingredients and nz products they were using that these guys were looking to deliver quality food. If you fancy an authetic kiwi brunch with great flavours in a relaxed environment and you don't have time for a trip down under then Motu Kiwi, in the hustle & bustle of central HK, is well worth a try! 继续阅读
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