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Hong Kong Kim Gary Restaurant (香港金加利茶餐) @ VivoCity

Hong Kong Kim Gary Restaurant (香港金加利茶餐) @ VivoCity
Hong Kong Kim Gary Restaurant

Hong Kong Kim Gary Restaurant

My colleague, Han Joo told me this Hong Kong-styled cafe-restaurant has rather good food. Hence Rachel and I went to try it last weekend. The restaurant appointed Hong Kong TV star, Wong Chung Chak/ Bosco Wong (黃宗澤) as their brand ambassador. They sure made full use of their contract with him – you see the dude’s face plastered over everything from their menu to the store front posters.

We quite like the restaurant’s decor and the extensive menu. The price is also quite reasonable. Food and service are average. We both ordered baked rice – a decision which we regretted as it gets really sickening when you eats too much of something that taste quite the same. Next time, we will order a rice and a noodle so we can switch around.

We enjoyed the soup and the drink. However, their specialty fries was disappointing. The different seasonings were funky, but maybe they can consider serving fries with ridges or wedges that can better capture the flavouring instead of the plain old McDonald’s fries.

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It’s likely that we will visit the restaurant again as we only tried a small fraction of their menu. 🙂

Inside the restaurant

Inside the restaurant

The restaurant is quite packed and theres a substantial queue just to get in

The restaurant is quite packed and there's a substantial queue just to get in

You order by filling up various sheets of paper - novel yes; environment friendly no

You order by filling up various sheets of paper - novel yes; environment friendly no

Spoilt for choice by the extensive menu which listed over hundreds of items

Spoilt for choice by the extensive menu which listed over hundreds of items

Soup is served in a mug

Soup is served in a mug

Fries with special sauce - this is a disappointment, its just normal McDonalds fries with some funky seasoning

Fries with "special sauce" - this is a disappointment, it's just normal McDonald's fries with some funky seasoning

My cheese baked rice, steamed with lotus leaves

My cheese baked rice, steamed with lotus leaves

Rachels  twin baked rice of two different sauces

Rachel's twin baked rice of two different sauces

Enjoying a glass of Almond Milk Tea

Enjoying a glass of Almond Milk Tea

Rachel tucking into her baked rice

Rachel tucking into her baked rice

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2 Comments

  1. DieHardX

    This has a rivalry of 旺 角 茶 餐 厅 WONG KOK CHAR CHAN TENG, which has been around for some time in Malaysia. I mean both of them. Seriously I have not tried both of them extensively but their food choices, style and taste are similar. I heard most people say that Kim Gary is better generally.

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  2. melvin

    if you like Kim gary, you shld travel to JB city square to eat it. everything there is the same price as in Singapore, but it’s in RM!

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