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All reviews french toast luncheon meat baked pork chop fried rice cakes temple street milk tea tin hau temple yau ma tei authentic hong kong style colonial times po lo an institution local experience lived in hong kong hole in the wall nice environment
I made the fatal mistake of sharing two dishes with my business associate for lunch. Each bowl of rice cost $18. The food was nothing special, you could say localised but it was not great. The service was short tempered and I felt like being...More
My 2nd time here. In comparison to other cafes of similar stature, food is on the pricier side and not as delicious as well. Had the baked rice with pork chops, sauce tasted like it was made of just ketchup and thickened with corn starch....More
I only come to Mido Cafe for two things: their French Toast and their Almond Milk. The French Toast is one of the best I've had in Hong Kong and the Almond Milk brings me to my happy place. I've tried their other dishes and...More
Since friends say must visit Mido Cafe, so I did. It is definitely not worth a visit. It's as if we owed them something as the staff is so so rude. Won't come here and won't recommend to anyone at all!!
It was a famous cafe but we would not recommend it to anyone who would like decent food and service.
It is true that the old school interior decoration of the place was nice but that was it. The food was terrible and overpriced. The...More
Went on a Sunday evening and the whole Temple Street area was not very crowded. Friendly staff with more than proficient command of the English language, I return here more for the nostalgia than the food, though the nondescript looking French Toast was pretty good....More
I knew this place would be great when a friend who has lived in Hong Kong picked it for our Sunday breakfast - and it was. You will find all of the Hong Kong classics here in a hole-in-the-wall diner-like setting (where you always find...More