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Cafe de Coral: Hong Kong Fast Food

Diana Chan December 7, 2012 Fast Food, Hong Kong

Cafe de Coral is the largest Chinese Fast Food Chain in Hong Kong. They were founded in 1968 and now has over 150 locations and still growing. It’s cheap and the service is very quick. Sometimes your meal will be ready in less than a minute.

Their menu is on the wall, if you can’t read Chinese, there are corresponding numbers to the items, and pictures! There are so many items, good luck if you are indecisive.

You order at the front of the restaurant and then wait in line till your order is ready. It’s like McDonalds 2.0 but with Chinese food.

Baked Spaghetti with Meat Sauce looked like it was just reheated. It tasted ok, but it needed more sauce. Once you mix this all together, you’ll realize there isn’t any sauce on the bottom.

Fish Fillet with steamed vegetables and rice is pretty sad looking. By looking at it, you know it’s just going to taste OK. Nothing inspiring here.

Salted Egg, chicken wings, pork sausage, BBQ pork on rice is where it’s at! If you stick with the BBQ meat items, you can’t go wrong. The quality isn’t super amazing, but it’s pretty good for the price.

Overall, you kinda get what you pay for at Cafe de Coral. It’s not the best food, but it’s quick and convenient. There’s a trade off there. I myself would prefer going to McDonalds instead, but everyone is a little different right?

Have you been here? Did you like it?

Website: http://www.cafedecoralfastfood.com/

Locations: all over Hong Kong, but this post was from Tin Sui Wai

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.