Green eating food might mean vegetarian and vegan food to most people, but at Green Waffle Diner in Hong Kong Central, it’s given a little twist. The waffles are tinged with pandan, giving them a green colour, and then combined with any number of breakfast and dessert favourites. Add in a huge range of American dishes – fried chicken, mac and cheese, chilli cheese dogs and more – and you have quite the feast on your hands at this Graham Street restaurant.
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I tried their Sunshine Breakfast. The portion was relatively small but the taste was generally fine. The half waffle was a little stale though. There are better value for money breakfast place in the area.
Delicious food as always. Lovely location in central with the view of the food market
the restaurant was full and did not provide a table. simply just said they did not get any notifications of reservation. disappointing service so we left.
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Hong Kong is a diner’s paradise, and in Central they have as many great restaurants as anywhere else in the city. Down on Graham Street, in the towering Kar Ho Building, there is a pillar of American pride in the form of the Green Waffle Diner, a joint that specialises in breakfasts, desserts and all the good stuff in between. Conveniently located near Sheung Wan and Central metro stops, the restaurant is easily reached, and when you get there, you are in for an all-American treat.
With a name like Green Waffle Diner, you’d be expecting a strong batter and iron game, and it doesn’t disappoint, with waffles made from all kinds of flour, including high protein buckwheat and their signature green pandan. Green Waffle also offers a wide range of American entrees, such as fried chicken – best combined with waffles, of course – and burgers, steaks, mac and cheese and more. Wander down to Graham Street for some of the finest US cuisine in Hong Kong: just don’t forget to book a table first.
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