About Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 - Northpoint
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Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Northpoint has been on the go in Hong Kong since 1952. The culinary mastermind behind this Russian cafe, Mischa Yu, was trained by Kurilov, a Russian masterchef in the 1920s in Shanghai. After moving to Hong Kong, Mischa set up Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Northpoint in the same year that Queen Elizabeth II was proclaimed. Situated at Island Place, 500 King's Road this cafe is loved by movie fans across the city because it features in Wong Ka Wai's famous film Days Of Being Wild. This bakery and cafe dishes up all manner of tasty treats alongside Russian specialities, so we highly advise reserving a table there today!
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A visit to Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Northpoint in Island Place on King's Road can only mean good things. This Russian cafe, confectionary and bakery has all kind of delicious delights waiting for you, served up in a cool setting. Hong Kong foodies come from far and wide for a taste of the amazing dishes Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Northpoint whip up every day. No matter if you’ve got a sweet tooth or you’re more of a savoury person, you will be sure to find something that entices you at this Hong Kong spot.
If you’re unfamiliar with Russian cuisine, Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Northpoint is an excellent place to start your culinary journey. To kick things off, how about a bowl of warm borscht soup bursting with vegetables and nutrients? Then move on to something more substantial such as Russian potato salad, shrimp toast or baked pork chop with tomato and rice. Meat lovers will be obsessed with the homemade beef stroganoff, the veal podsharka and the Russian shashlik beef tenderloin. Are you feeling very hungry all of a sudden? Unsurprising really… It’s high time you paid a visit to Queen's Cafe 皇后飯店 Northpoint!