We seem to have a long standing obsession with everything Hong Kong, from canto pop, tv series, movies to its unique cuisine. Building on and feeding on this obsession, KKians have a new destination on their radar when it comes to filling up the belly with Hong Kong. We present to you, The One Hong Kong Café, located at the row nearest to SESB, and tucked at the opposite corner of Chub's Grill. If you can't decide where to dine at night, think no further and head on over to this huge, comfortable and air-conditioned cafe that offers a long list of delicious food. Also, parking is cheap at only RM2 for 3 hours, plus ample covered carpark on the 2nd floor. I can't think of any reason why you shouldn't already be here.
The One Hong Kong Cafe
(Corner Lot, Formerly The One Pub and Bistro)
G7-G8, Block G, Karamunsing Capital,
88300 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Business Hours: 9AM - 10PM
The top 3 delicious beverages that you must try are as shown below.
Champagne Milk Tea, RM7.00
Elegant looks and luxuriously named, this smooth and aromatic tea will definitely beat the heat
Cappuccino Ice Blended, RM7.50
Rich blend of aromatic coffee with full creamy texture
Iced Pamelo Tea, RM6.50
Cooling, sweet and fruity drink that will ignite your appetite
Longan, Red Dates and Wolfberry Tea, RM6.00
For a more traditional and healthy beverage, try this one. It can boost your immunity and packs a punch in natural flavor as well
Lo Shui Assorted, RM20 (Small)/ RM38 (Large)
The lo shui has been aged, cooked and cared for, for 3 months, which is apparently considered ‘young’. More meat is added on into the pot once it has reached the minimum level. The work that goes into it is massive, kind of like an eastern version of consomme (french beef soup) if you will. The flavour, sweetness and everything that is good, builds up with every top up of meat. This is evident in every bite that you take. The soft and tender meat soaks up all the herbs and spices of the broth that will make you go "MMmmmhhh..."and leave you wanting more.
Beef Fried Rice, RM12.50
This is in a class of its own. Although it looks like your run of the mill, generic fried rice, but actually, it is laden with minced beef, it has the magical beef to rice ratio that is just right. Thrown in with chives, and eggs, its adds more aroma and texture. Also the most important element – rice, is carefully selected, so that only the soft and aromatic kind is used.
Macaroni with Luncheon Meat, RM10.00
A staple Hong Kong quick bite for people who wants to be in and out in a jiffy, we present to you, macaroni in clear broth, with pieces of luncheon meat and even more Chinese cabbage. Looks simple and easy to digest, which is just right for breakfast.
Hong Kong Style Beef Curry serve with steamed rice, RM16.00
This dish is out of this world and look gorgeous. The sauce is simply bursting out of bounds with flavours, rich aromatic spices, with a kiss of sourness, blanketing the soft moist beef, tendon, carrots and bell peppers. It really goes well with hot soft rice.
Chicken Chop Spaghetti RM11.00
The Eastern style pasta is also a winner. The nicely grilled and tender chicken is bathed in thick but light white sauce mushroom gravy, that and with their generous portion of pasta and frozen peas and carrots, it is all good from top to bottom.
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