Kunyang Holdings is known for their fun and unique Korean dining concepts, and Hong Kong’s Norayo K Cafe is no exception. This quirky cafe serves up the food, desserts and beverages most popular with Korean youngsters, with a menu that changes seasonally in order to incorporate the newest trends. Located inside the Southgate Commercial Centre on Granville Road, Norayo K Cafe is a popular Tsim Sha Tsui hang out, open seven days a week.
Hoping to add any Korean characteristics, such as chicken feet^^
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If you’re craving the cuisine you had during a trip to Korea, or are looking for a home away from home in Hong Kong, head over to Norayo K Cafe. With industrial-chic decor and a casual vibe, this Tsim Sha Tsui joint is the perfect place for chilling with friends. Korean cuisine is very trendy at the moment, and Norayo K Cafe aims to up the hip factor even further by serving mostly dishes from Hongdae, a hip region in Korea popular with students. The menu changes regularly but you can expect to find dishes like pot tteokbokki (a rice cake with various sauces and vegetables that is cooked at your own table), creamy pasta with seafood and kimchi, and a variety of shaved ice, Korea’s most famous dessert. We recommend trying the green tea milk shaved ice made with green tea powder, red bean and green tea ice cream. A favourite among the Korean cuisine loving foodies of Hong Kong whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Norayo K Cafe on Tsim Sha Tsui’s Granville Road can get busy. Avoid disappointment by booking a table.