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Take a bite out of Australia without ever leaving Hong Kong at Bondi. Named after Sydney’s famous beachside suburb, this cafe raises the bar with their premium coffee, fine wine and modern Australian eats. So popular there had to be two: the Kwun Tong outlet on the ground floor of the Wing Cheung Industrial Building down How Ming Street, just a stone’s throw from Kwun Tong MTR station (you’ll find the other location at the Elite Industrial Centre in Lai Chi Kok).
Whether it’s for lunch, dinner or a midday pick-me-up, Bondi’s got the sort of atmosphere that’ll make you feel right at home. Featuring a modern yet comfortable interior design, Bondi acts as a peaceful study corner, a vibrant meeting point and a sophisticated date spot all in one. Conveniently situated just steps from Hong Kong’s Kwun Tong MTR station inside the Wing Cheung Industrial Building on How Ming Street, Bondi’s easy to reach the next time you want an authentic Australian feed and a proper cup of jo.
Good service comes standard at Kwun Tong’s Bondi, that’s why they’ll never attach a service charge to your bill when dining at this local favourite. Quality comes standard here too, and you can always count on being blown away by the any of the dinner choices, whether it’s a cut of US Angus ribeye with black truffle gravy sauce, roasted black pig rack with green olives and lemon sauce, or the roasted guinea fowl breast with balsamic sauce. Up for an Australian take on gourmet pasta? Take your pick of pasta with alla caprese sauce and seared Japanese sea scallops. With a rotating selection of freshly baked cakes for dessert, you’re in for a real treat at this Hong Kong cafe. Book a table today.