Author: Posh Eater
After a week of Chinese, junk food and all other international food you could think of, I started to miss Indonesian food. Bugis Corner, the Peranakan/Singaporean restaurant, feels close to home, so I’ve decided to have dinner there. The place isn’t that big, but quite comfy and has a fast service. Although the food mostly a little bland for my usual strong Indonesian taste bud, it’s mostly still hits the spot.
Chicken Satay (HK $72): Half dozen of sweet and savory chicken satay skewers.
Mini portion of Bak Kut Teh (HK $38): Chinese soup consists of meatypork ribs simmered in a complex broth of herbs and spices, popular in Malaysia and Singapore.
Spring Rolls (HK $48): Shrimp spring rolls with shredded potato)
Shrimp and Pompeo Salad (HK $48): Fresh sweet, sour, spicy Pompeo salad with shrimps.
Seafood Laksa (HK $88): Seafood laksa with Mussel, Scallop, Fish slice, beancurd puff, shrimp and ark shell.
Prawn Lo Mein (HK $82): Noodles with prawn, fishcakes, and fried tofu.
Deep Fried Shrimp Cake Lo Mein (HK $ 68): Thick egg noodles with shrimp cakes and fried tofu.
Hainamese Chicken Rice (HK $75): Steamed chicken with chicken rice, small Bak Kut Teh soup and sauces on the side.
Pork Neck Meat (HK $68): Tender juicy sliced pork meat.
Nasi Lemak (HK $68): Singapore coconutbrice with fried chicken, salted fish, cucumber and roasted peanut. The rice was overly cooked and bland. The fried chicken was more like Karaage than the traditional Nasi Lemak fried chicken.
B232, B2/F., K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui