Corner Kitchen resides in the spot of the old Heirloom (post) on Hollywood Road. It’s a nice, cozy, casual eatery perfect for brunch. Which is why- I keep coming back (3-4 times in the past few months.) It has a nice selection of simple breakfast items, healthy wraps, salads, sandwiches and hot food! Along with a small simple drink menu. Makes for a great Brunch spot (post).
What would you like?!
Corner Kitchen’s perfect for a nice sunny day out! Relax with some breakfast foods!
1st Time. Brunch with sis! I had the English Breakfast $105 (the two eggs, two bacon strips, two sausages, baked beans, grilled mushrooms, and grilled tomatoes, along with white toast)! Sis went with the Healthy Mezze Platter $105.
2nd Time. Huevos Rancheros $70 (tortilla, avocado, black beans and roast tomato salsa) for me! I really enjoyed it actually. The roasted tomato salsa was nice and spicy…I didn’t eat up the tortilla- but everything else I did!
Iced Lemon Tea $35. Perfect refresher!!! Love those mason jars too.
3rd Time. Country Kitchen Breakfast $65. (I added on sausages-at an additional cost). Which is a lot simpler than the Full English Breakfast- no baked beans, bacon strips! …On the other hand- not really missing that much! Hahaha and a diet coke!
Love the teeny tiny piece of egg! I’ll be back!
Corner Kitchen Cafe, G/F, 226 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, 2547 8008
<3 Always, Jess
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Imasa situated comfortably in The Peninsula has been a staple of Japanese fine dining. So one lunch we set out to try it….my company decided to let me choose…and since I was the only one who haven’t tried it yet- that’s where we went! Like I said situated next to The Peninsula’s resident Chinese fine dining restaurant: Spring Moon; Imasa was relatively empty when we first arrived. They have an extensive menu and there is a lot of choices and I went with their lunch menu sets! (During dinner is their endless Japanese buffet option!)
Pre-Appetizer: A nice fig, bean curd gelatin in a sesame sauce
Simple Spring Salad w/ salmon sashimi
Uni Tempura/Shisho: We ordered these babies!! And they were pretty awesome, but I still prefer uni in its purest form! It was pretty good though. Very nice, hot, crispy and crunchy!
Wagyu Beef Steak Don Lunch Set! Yummy-ness <3 Mushroom stir-fry, wagyu beef steak, egg custard (in the blue bowl), Japanese seafood teapot soup, and a bowl of fragrant fried rice.
The wagyu beef was steak strips were sooooo heavenly. Buttery, milky soft and it really did melt in your mouth. The fried rice was the perfect counterpart! And very much needed to cut in with the fattiness of the steak pieces.
Yuzu Sorbet, it was nice, light and fresh.
Finished off lunch with a delicious cup of Iced Lemon tea!
Imasa, 1/F, The Peninsula Hong Kong, 19-21 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui: 2696 6715
<3 Always, Jess
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