And Papaya Pok Pok was in the Langham Place Mall.
Yeye Xing: Shrimp salad was excellent.
Yum warm staff, great service!We tried pad thai, first 2 soups on menu, steamed fish in soup.4 Tips and reviews, good TYK noodle [email protected]@ massive bowl of papaya salad TomYum glass noddle soup.If you can stand ginger and steam milk also good too.Getting There, by MTR: Mongkok (Exit C4 or E2).There is one outdoor seat where you can seat your dog.No spice to it, just tasted like vaguely fishy noodles.Allen Leung: Treat mama to a nourishing brunch hearty dinner buffet featuring unlimited fresh oysters Double Boiled Bird's Nest with Papaya Snow Fungus Soup.Home / Thai / Hong Kong, we know there are many wonderful tastes of Asia in central Hong Kong.Must try their papaya salad and the grilled fish.You can also have noodles / pork chop and other HK cafe style dishes here.Jessie Lee: This restaurant is owned by the same owner of 208 next vind spirt md door.
The pork was tender and flavourful while the garlic fried rice was garlicky and eggy.
Since I need to do a fast takeaway so the best way was to find something within the mall.
Sadly they'd run out of pho, will report on that next time.
Andreu Van Den Eynde: Bona casimba casino bonus papaya salad (gens picant) i brochetas de carn.Matt Ta-Min: Steamed milk dessert is what people flock to this small cafe for.Nic Tinworth: Excellent and affordable food at this beach-side alfresco local dining joint!Get the cold papaya with coconut milk too!I did it again!Open till late so awesome for a late night bite!Ben Martinek: Very good food, but watch out that green papaya is super spicy.First Laksa that I couldn't finish.Though it was a takeway, it still tasted yummy.Wing Yan Ng: Really love their pasta and dessert selections!Tak Lon Ann: There have alot of seafood choices for example: Boston lobster, Alaska king crab and fresh oyster.