Greyhound Cafe - Elements Hong Kong serves up truly special Thai food, with a distinctive twist. As the first of the group located outside Bangkok, this space in Tsim Sha Tsui is a local favourite for very good reason. Chic, stylish and creative, this is the perfect spot for catching up with friends or colleagues over plates of delicious Thai food, cooked to absolute perfection. Located along Austin Road West within Elements Road, you’ll find this gem a stone’s throw from Kowloon Park directly at Victoria Harbour. Popular for very good reason, treat yourself to a reservation at Greyhound Cafe Hong Kong as soon as possible.
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Attentive staff & the food was amazing, easy booking process, good to know a nice restaurant that is in elements, I’ll be back for sure, great work
They have lovely staff and good portion of yummy food!
Normally I am very happy with the food and the service.
So, what can you expect from the menu at Greyhound Cafe - Elements Hong Kong? As we said above, it’s Thai cuisine with a twist which means you’ll find time-tested dishes like you’ve never seen them before. Curious? You definitely should be! When it comes to mains at Greyhound Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui, we recommend you keep a close eye out for the roasted mixed mushrooms cooked with truffle oil, sea salt and rosemary, served with warm bread; mini pork ribs served with ginger and chilli; Kurobuta sausage salad topped with roasted peanuts, lime and Thai-style dressing and the classic beef massaman curry served with naan and roti. Delicious!
Alternatively, if you’re in the mood for a wholesome burger, Greyhound Cafe - Elements has got you covered. We love the spicy muay Thai burger filled with spicy sirloin steak and green peppercorns as well as the buffalo burger of beef, mozzarella, sweet basil and tomato on a charcoal squid ink bun served with fries, of course. With plenty more besides, you’ll be in Thai fusion heaven at Greyhound Cafe in Tsim Sha Tsui. Located in Elements Mall on Austin Road West, reservations at this Hong Kong hotspot are essential.