It was still pretty quiet around 11:30am...
... but it got quite full by the time we left an hour later:
Greyhound has a fairly large dining space, decorated in an arty and trendy manner that wasn't too pretentious for us. Service was friendly and professional, and allergy requests were dealt with without any fuss. The food menu was quite large and widely varied, with both Thai and European dishes ranging from Tom Yum Soup to Spaghetti Vongole, as well as fusion dishes like stir-fried Spicy Spaghetti Thai-style. A large menu generally doesn't give me much confidence that the kitchen could excel in so many dishes, and whenever we find ourselves in such situation, sticking with the signature dishes had often proven wise. We chose that route, and had quite an enjoyable meal.
Lychee Shake, which was quite refreshing on a warm Sunday:
Seafood Pizza, closed-style in pita (the only non-signature dish we got). We'd ordered this for the boy, but he had a much stronger preference for the chicken wings. Cheesy with lots of squid and shrimp:
Greyhound Famous Fried Chicken WIngs - deep-fried marinated chicken wings in fish sauce. Pretty tasty for fried chicken, but it lacked depth in its flavour profile. I guess that makes it a good choice for young fussy eaters:
Another signature dish, Crispy Sweet Corn with Crab Meat. The fritter version of a crab cake. Nice and crunchy without being overly greasy, and corn goes well with crab:
Fresh Lasagna Salad - layers of romaine leaves, olives, tomatoes, pasta and parmesan. This was a novel concept, and I was actually quite surprised at how much this tasted like lasagna. This was the more expensive than the other items we ordered, but I also enjoyed it the most. I loved the presentation:
Overall we had a pretty good time. The food was enjoyable, better than I'd expected. Worth a try if you happen to be in the area and hungry for lunch before 12pm.
Ground Floor, Ocean Terminal
17 Canton Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Tel. +85 2 2383 6600