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Just like a home away from home, Home Kitchen provides an inviting atmosphere for meeting with friends and family. Found on Prince Edward’s Fa Yuen Street, Home Kitchen impresses with its great set lunch deals, its lovely setting and fantastic customer service. Stop by for some of the restaurant’s premium coffee beverages – favourites include the fat white, ginger caffe latte, the lavender white mocha caffee and the classic cappuccino. For your main course, try Western-style options like the honey mustard and mushroom with cheese on toast, the smoked salmon and avocado panini or the bacon and scrambled eggs wrap. Snacks like the savory waffles with tuna and corn salad and the cheese and bacon chips are also popular options. Hong Kong’s Home Kitchen is popular with all types of diners – make sure to reserve a table in advance to secure a spot.
The restaurant is hiding behind a boutique. If there is not a small word "Home Kitchen" posted on the column of the boutique, I would not dare to go inside. When I enter the boutique, it is a bit earlier then the time booked. That's OK, the waitress guide me to sit down. I bit uncomfortable because I seldom eat in a boutique. The waitresses and the boss are ladies. I ordered a drink first as I think the kitchen may not start cooking by that time. The drink is well served. After half an order, I ordered a sandwich and a rib. The bread for sandwich is toasted and the taste is good. The rib takes about half a hour to prepare and it is well delicious. The price is reasonable.