Mido Cafe. I’ve been to this cafe a couple of years ago with the father. He told me this was a pretty old cafe, and you can tell by the layout and atmosphere of the cafe. it’s located at G/F, 63 Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei
油麻地廟街63號地下, you can get more information from their open rice page.
I really don’t know if the food is good or not. We ordered french toast, and pork chop rice. Both was a bit overpriced, although I enjoyed the french toast. It was a heart attack no doubt, but that’s why you order it right? I just need to go jog for 3 hours to burn it off, no biggie.
Plus we were going hiking that day anyways.
The pork chop rice was pretty good too, but man the portions are damn small. Not worth the price (it was over 100HKD as i recall). This place is good if you want some throwback of old hong kong, but really you can find better food at that same price elsewhere.
My two cents. Chow!
Written from Guangzhou, Westin on November 22 2015
Categories: Hong Kong