The Gingko houses, one serving Chinese cuisine (near Prince Edward MTR station on Kowloon side) and one serving western cuisine (in Lan Kwai Fong area on Hong Kong side), impressed us with their consistently excellent food quality, reasonable prices and efficient and pleasant services. Set up as community economic development/social enterprise ventures that promotes organic farming and employment for retired seniors in Hong Kong, its food and service quality are competitive with many of the mid-price range popular restaurants that we have been to in Hong kong.
The Chinese cuisine restaurant is a popular hangout, after we got a table around 6:30 p.m. by 7:00 p.m. on a weeknight there was a line up for seats already. For $230 HK ($30 US) you can get a combination of one vegetarian dish and one meat dish, and each day of the week the combo looks well matched and very appetizing. We got their specialty chicken and mixed mushroom dishes and they were both amazing. In addition, don't forget to try their tea-leaves egg for appetizer, it's one of the best we ever had. The restaurants use their own organically farmed vegetables and employed retired seniors as staff for their restaurants. Our waiter is a 78 year old man who's a retired engineer and is super efficient, sharp and pleasant. We would definitely go there again sometime.
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