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!
Despite many vacant seats available at the restaurant, staff still need customers to queue and wait for seated for more than 30 minutes! Food is ok except sticky rice which is too hard and dry! The hot sticky rice is not recommended to put within s plastic bag! Decoration and dish setting are very nice, but the music seems a bit loud!