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  Factory-Building Restaurants

Because of the lower rent of space in factory buildings, now you can find some decent restaurants inside the industrial areas of HK which used to be avoided by the majority. Also because of the low rent they could provide quality food to you in a relatively cheaper price. Some popular ones include: (They are around HK$ 200 per person for a full meal, mostly western cuisine)

  • FACTORY 99 - 1F, 99 How Ming Street, Exit A2 Kwun Tong MTR (Best value)
  • FUN LIFE - 1F, 15 Shing Yip Street, Exit B2 Kwun Tong MTR
  • STANLEY DELI - 2G Hok Yuen Street, Hung Hom; Minibus 2 from Festival Walk, or Taxi from Hung Hom MTR
  • G GALLERY and G CUISINE - 4F, 883 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Exit D1 Lai Chi Kok MTR (Featuring a outdoor balcony)

    197 NAM CHEONG Street - Exit B1, Sham Shui Po MTR Station. This little shop just like any local bakery shops in HK with simple decoration and very primitive way of doing business. Yet because of that, the price of its product is really low. This shop has a very long history and it is almost the last one you can find in the urban area of HK selling traditional Chinese bakery. You may need to be in Yuen Long if you want to buy those Chinese cakes and biscuits from the old days other than this shop. (HK$ 10 / person)

    BATMAN CAFE (HEROCROSS) - 38 G/F, Woodhouse, Chung King Mansion, Exit G TST MTR. This Herocross restaurant is created to give tribute to Batman, not any other heroes. They have waffle in the shape of a bat, for example.

    ICHIBAN - This is a very big chain stores specialized in the sale of confectionary and snacks of mostly HK and Japan. It has more than 100 shops all over HK providing more than 100 different kinds of snack with reasonable price. (HK$ 50 / person)

    Cheung Chau Fish Ball - Cheung Chau is more than seafood, the fish ball store selling cooked fish ball is recommended to tourist. It is near Park'N Shop at the central park of Cheung Chau Island. (HK$ 20 / person)

    Cheung Chau Shanghaiese Dumplings - This little restaurant is a new golden find on this little fishing island. Food is cheap but of great quality.

    Homebrewing Workshop - Brew your own beer! - 4F Cochrane Commercial House, 15 Cochrane St., Central, 59252739. Exit D2, Central MTR, near Central Market. It is a 3-hour course from HK$ 600 where you can brew your own beer with your name on the bottle!


    McDonald's - 23382338

    Pizza Box - 25151515 better pizza than Pizza Hut (goes to CityU)

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    Food by Web - 28051331

    Ring a Diner - 31055310

    Food by Fone - 28686969

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