Egg tarts, buns, seafood, fried noodles, and milk teas.
Honolulu Hong Kong Cafe in Robinsons Place Manila is the second store of this tea restaurant in Manila. The place has a youthful and vibrant vibe. Framed displays, Chinese drawings and colorful walls make an Instagrammable ambiance.
The Crusty BBQ Pork Bun (Php 60.00) perfect for those who love pork buns – crusty on the outside, and soft, chewy bread inside with savory filling. It is bigger than the normal pork buns we buy from our favorite restos.
Honolulu Hong Kong Cafe is a family restaurant that offers the usual HK favorite dishes and delightful food for any ages. The price point is reasonable and comparable to other cafes and restaurants. Come as you are, with family and friends. Don’t forget to take photos – the store has such a hip and youthful vibe.
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