About Greyhound Cafe - PopCorn
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Greyhound Cafe in Hong Kong’s Sai Kung district is undoubtedly one of the most stylish spots in the New Territories. Originating in Thailand in 1997 as an extension of a fashion label, this trendy restaurant serves food that’s inventive and one of a kind. There are several locations around the city, but you’ll find this Greyhound Cafe outpost at PopCorn, found in Tseung Kwan O MTR station on Tong Yin Street. The Thai food here has its own special pizzazz, including plenty of options for vegetarians and meat-lovers alike. Try dishes like the Waterfall Grilled Lamb, fried sea bass with green mango dressing and pork neck with sticky rice. Book now to avoid disappointment!
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What's the restaurant buzz at Greyhound Cafe - PopCorn all about? Great Thai food and beverages keeps diners coming back for more at Greyhound Cafe - PopCorn. Located near Tseung Kwan O in Hong Kong, Greyhound Cafe - PopCorn features dishes like Thai. Check out what sets Greyhound Cafe - PopCorn apart from other restaurants in Hong Kong and book a table today to enjoy your next meal out!