About Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 - Festival Walk
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Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Festival Walk Hong Kong has been serving Hong Kong locals for quite some time now… since 1952 to be exact. Taking its name from Queen Elizabeth II (they opened the same year as her coronation) this cosy cafe in the heart of Kowloon Tong serves up Russian-inspired dishes, Hong Kong classics and plenty of international options as well. Essentially, no matter what dish you’re craving, Queen’s Cafe 皇后飯店 has got you covered. There’s a couple of locations in the city, and the Festival Walk space is located along Tat Chee Avenue and a truly superb selection we think you’ll just love. This is a popular spot with very good reason so reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.
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Queen’s Cafe 皇后飯店 was created by the talented, chef extraordinaire Mischa Yu and has only gone from strength to strength since opening over 65 years ago. This Kowloon Tong cafe is one of Kong Kong’s most revered and respected eateries and has had a long and colourful history which includes a scene in the film Days Of Being Wild by Wong Ka Wai. Pretty impressive don’t you think? In terms of the food, you’ll find signature dishes along the lines of the iconic Russian borscht, pineapple buns, zakuska and some very tasty nougat as well.
But let’s take a closer look into Queen’s Cafe 皇后飯店 Festival Walk, shall we? To kick things off we recommend trying a few zakuska (starters) like the lobster or potato salad. If soup is your thing, the traditional borscht is a truly delicious experience, as is the flavoursome fish chowder. Queen’s Cafe also boasts plenty of fresh seafood, shashlik, succulent steaks, spicy curries, pasta dishes and a whole lot more. So, no matter what you’re craving, this much-loved Kowloon Tong cafe on Festival Walk along Tat Chee Avenue will have you covered. Book now!