On our trip to HongKong and on our last day, the group decided to do some last minute mini tours and somehow we landed at Citygate Outlets, 20 Tat Tung Road. With our suit cases in tow, we went through the mall and decided to
have our lunch in the same area.
We landed at Teawood, which is a Taiwanese brand of restaurant. We ordered some dishes, which I unfortunately was not able to get the names of. I got one that had minced meat, with beef and pork, and we got some beef noodles which tasted somewhat like “pho” noodles.
The food tasted great and the serving was more than enough.
Some things to note:
- Teawood queues were somewhat long the time we ate there, but unlike us here in the Philippines, customers tend not to linger on their seats long after they have finished their meal.
- Service water was served in paper cups.
- Service was good, and most of the waiters and waitresses could understand basic english.
Website : http://www.teawood.hk/