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电话号码
2628 6001
营业时间
*星期一休息
星期二至日
11:00 - 21:00
付款方式
Visa Master 现金 美国运通
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Wi-Fi
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食记 (13)
等级2 2016-05-05
1483 浏览
Great place for a quick bite -- sandwitches and sides are spot on, simple and pack a great combination of flavours. Also interesting beer selection. Had: RoastPork Sandwich with Coleslaw side, both were very good. 继续阅读
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等级4 2016-04-04
1083 浏览
想Sunday's Grocery好耐,好开心终於有朋友陪我黎!小店无坐位,只有企位,食物以sandwich为主。店内放满左酒!Grilled cheese sandwich with tomato soup ($88)非常好食嘅烤芝士多士!芝士份量非常多, 可以轻易做出疯狂芝士拉丝, 多士香脆而不会太乾或太硬,配上咸香可口嘅芝士,实在食到停唔到口,不过以呢个价钱真系几贵!随多士附上一大碗蕃茄汤,蕃茄汤非常浓郁,带点微辣,但有点过咸。 继续阅读
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照片的威力实在惊人, 只要食物看起来吸引的话我这种爱吃鬼也会特地到不常去的地方, 这次就来到不是太就脚的 Sunday’s Grocery 觅食黑色跟黄色的店面很抢眼, 店家主打外卖, 但也贴心的放了很多汽水箱在隔壁的吉舖供堂食客人当椅子使用, 其实蛮酷的, 不过间中好像有警察叔叔来劝告客人招牌有型又亮眼餐点主要是三文治和炸鸡, 很难归类, 反正都是外国较受欢迎的食物, 最合外国人和 ABC 口味; 另外也卖一些酱料、肥皂和朱古力, 很随性的感觉另外一边全是酒精类饮品, 种类繁多, 爱摸酒杯底的看到应该会很兴奋早就想好要吃甚麽, 所以立刻点了 katsu sando 跟只在星期天供应的 chicken and waffle买 chicken and waffle ($155) 时特地要求原味和甜辣两种炸鸡, 因为听说韩式甜辣炸鸡很好吃, 店员马上问厨师, 厨师也爽快答应, 人超好的~等了大概二十分锺就好了~ 立刻飞奔回家慢慢享受Katsu sando ($80) 份量很大, 当午餐吃也绝对够饱炸猪扒超厚超松软! 面包也烘得脆口, 生菜清新又湿润, 酱汁再多一点点就更好了厨师特地把炸鸡和窝夫分开, 防止甜辣酱污染窝夫, 很贴心!!!窝夫尚算松软但口感略为单薄, 幸好有超浓滑超 creamy 的 whisky butter 为其加分, 再蘸上枫糖浆很难不好吃原味炸鸡香脆但有点乾; 甜辣炸鸡亦真的甜辣有致, 酱汁刚好挂在鸡件上, 两种味道都很突出, 不太能吃辣的我都一口接一口的吃餐厅有特色, 食物不错但定价进取, 久不久吃一次好了~ 继续阅读
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等级4 2015-05-27
1952 浏览
The menu is the type of thing that probably deserves at least a sonnet writing about it, running as it does the full cheese gamut from your standard farmhouse-gouda mix to more aspirational numbers, such as its slow-and-low lamb shoulder with melted Swiss cheese, or a pastrami- Sparkenhoe Red Leicester number, which is topped with a little coronet of porcini mushrooms.If you are wondering why I am expending so much air extolling the virtues of a takeout-cum-restaurant that effectively melts cheese, it's because that is my dream. I appreciate flair and technical ability and all those other things that make chefs great and food superlative, but I also like two pieces of bread with something melting in between. I like the feet-on-the-coffee-table informality of it all.It's not just that, though. This is a food with so very many strings to its bow. Texturally, it is a delight, the buttered-crunch of the toasted bread, the oozing warm cheese making a little slick on your tongue; I can taste it now. It is also balanced, with a little carbohydrate and, well, quite a lot of fat. But really the thing that draws me, bottom lip aquiver, fork in hand, is that it is so very soothing: it is the angora jumper of food. It calls to me of cuddles and duvets and being with people who won't pull a funny face if you end up with a spaghetti-string of cheese falling from your mouth. It reminds me of being young and uncomplicated. 继续阅读
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Yeah, there are a lot of cool dining spots to check out in Hong Kong, so many, that it's hard to keep track of them all. So when we heard about a cool little spot out at Kennedy Town, we didn't muck about, plans were made and within days we were sitting out the front of Sunday's Grocery.I'd never been to Kennedy Town, which is the end of the line on the MRT line that runs along the front of the island. Our plan was to walk there from the Mid Levels, a tour that took us through the University of Hong Kong, which is just down the street (and around the corner) from where we live. It was quite a pleasant walk, even though it was a little hot and sticky and there may have been some lost time in the Uni, trying to get our bearings.We'd timed our walk perfectly, and by the time we were standing outside of the very hard to miss and brightly coloured Sunday's Grocery, it was very conveniently time for lunch. Stepping inside, I was surprised by how tiny the space was, essentially just a shopfront and counter, with no room for loitering (or dining) within. I wasn't too sure what to expect to be honest.Created by Matt Abergele and Lindsay Jang, who've an eye for creating awesome little ventures (Yardbird and RONIN being their other hotspots), Sunday's Grocery is a liquor store, curated convenience store and a takeaway sandwich shop. With our primary reason for visiting a bite of lunch, we ignored the wide variety of Japanese Whisky, sake, shochu beer and wine on offer and made a beeline for the short but interesting looking takeaway menu.Sunday's main offering is made-to-order sandwiches, soups, pickles and fried chicken, with all options pieced together (literally) on little magnetic board. With the stark yellow and black lettering, the menu was hard to miss and easy to look over. Decisions made, it was only a few short steps over to the counter to place our order from the hip young thing behind the register. To be fair, he was an extremely friendly and helpful young guy, who helped me through the myriad of pressed juices to choose from.With nowhere to sit inside, we made our way to a little alcove next door that was set up with milk crates of varying colours (red and yellow) that were placed in such a way that you could sit and eat your meal. It was tight and cramped, but kind of cool, just sitting on milk crates, watching the world go by and waiting for our gourmet sandwiches. While we were waiting, SC was sucking back on a Mexican Coke (with real cane sugar and not HCFC), while I went the healthier option with a 'Be Juiced' healthy detox pressed juice.Our sandwiches arrived in fairly quick order, wrapped in red and white checkered wax paper, looking identical apart from stickers holding the rolls together. Schnitzel for me and Banh Mi for the girl.My chicken schnitzel roll was as well put together as it was delicious. The lightly toasted turkish roll was fresh, as was the salad of lettuce and tomato, with a thin slice of breaded chicken, then finished off with a light mayonnaise and some pickles (which I extracted). The balance of ingredients to bread was just right, so it didn't feel overly heavy and I could get the distinct flavour of the chicken, which was even a little creamy tasting!SC's Banh Mi was definitely not a traditional version of the Vietnamese favourite. Using turkish bread instead of the more traditional baguette (harking back to the French influence in Vietnam), as well as pressed pork, it was just a little odd. The pressed pork had a slightly processed flavour, and while the pickled vegetables gave the roll a more authentic flavour, it just wasn't quite right. Having said that, if we weren't expecting a Banh Mi and were just having a pork sandwich, it would have been pretty good.Sunday's Grocery is pretty much unlike anything I'd come across in HK so far and certainly would not have been out of place in down town New York. Bright, brash and with a confidence that comes from running a couple of successful ventures, the team from Sunday's Grocery have got quite the concept happening.I think they know it too, with an opportunity to buy merchandise along with your booze, condiments or lunch, you can buy yourself a cool t-shirt as well as a feed. Locating Sunday's Grocery in Kennedy Town was an interesting move and with an ever increasing number of expats, maybe a very canny move. I'm personally not sold on Kennedy Town, but I did like my schnitzel roll enough to want a repeat visit.... If only it was a little closer.Oh, in case you were wondering, our visit to Sunday's Grocery was ironically on a Saturday.A couple of gourmet sandwiches for lunch!The chicken schnitzel burger was the pick of the optionsIndeed we didThere were lots of drink options, as well as plenty of beers and hard liquor Yep, you could become a Sunday's Grocery fanatic - get the t-shirt And we wereI only just noticed the photo bombers A fairly light menu and I hear the Scotch Egg Sando is a killer. Maybe next timeDont forget to follow me on Facebook and Twitter 继续阅读
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