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Old style 'bing sut'

By Donna Mah | China Daily | Updated: 2013-10-14 14:06

Old style 'bing sut'

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Pak Lee Cafe Since 1964 brings the old cafe to a modern location in Sheung Wan, giving a new meaning to the traditional "bing sut". The original shop was established in Shau Kei Wan in 1964, serving reasonably priced dishes inspired by the expensive Western restaurants of the time, including egg pearls, a retro snack from the 1950s of deep-fried dough coated with sugar, deep-fried shrimp toast, and, of course, the legendary Hong Kong-style milk tea. The new restaurant not only preserves a selection of classical "bing sut" delicacies but also launches new dishes made with Pak Lee's original recipes created over the past 50 years. Satisfying main courses including baked beef blank and rice with tomato, curry dishes, and fatty beef slices with udon in tomato soup.

Pak Lee Cafe Since 1964, UG/F, The Pemberton, 22-26 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong.



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