The service was more or less the same as last times I visited - adequate and friendly - and the atmosphere was also quite the same. The menu was only slightly different, and we knew what we wanted so it didn't take long for us to decide and order. Our table featured a lot of eggs! Staff were happy to check with the kitchen our allergy queries for our boy, and the kitchen was also flexible when I requested to switch the spinach for avocado in my eggs marianne. The boy enjoyed his meal of bread-and-eggs, the baby gladly ate anything we put in her mouth (mushrooms, eggs, avocado), and the grown-ups were also happy with their food!
The boy's 2 Eggs Any Style (poached) with toast (HK$30). Simplicity at its best:
Hubby chose the Full English (HK$115) - eggs any style (hubby requested scrambled), cumberland sausages, bacon, mushrooms, pan fried potatoes, grilled tomatoes and baked beans (served in a separate bowl, not pictured). No complaints from hungry hubby who proceeded to swiftly finish his plate:
I chose my staple brunch of Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon and avocado (HK$110), and sage hollandaise on the side as requested. Can't go wrong with poached eggs on toasted turkish bread! Perfectly fine without the hollandaise (though hubby loves it drenched in the sauce):
A side of mushrooms (HK$30) to up the vege intake:
Hubby was still hungry after his full English breakfast, so he ordered Lemon Ricotta Pancakes (HK$75) with crème fraîche and blackberries. Light and fluffy, and so good with maple syrup and berries (though the boy preferred to eat his dry without syrup and fruit):
It was good to see that although the name of the café had changed, the quality was still as good as before.
[Prices quoted above do not include the 10% service charge.]
Shop 12 & 14 Regal Court
Wing Fung Street
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel. +85 2 2529 1618