Sunday, October 10, 2010

A light dinner at Coffee Jobs

Ventured into the dark side of Kowloon for dinner.
Coffee Jobs is located at the back of Kwong Wah Street in a bright alley.
The prices were reasonable because they didn’t overcharge on items that were inexpensive such as croissants and puff pastry.
Started off with a hazelnut babyccino, which is foamed milk.
It wasn’t too sweet and gave me memories of flavoured milk at school.

I had the croissant with cheese and egg while my friend had the Ladies Breakfast.
Normally I would go for breakfast but it was American style which is not my cup of tea.
The croissant was ok, there was a piece of processed American cheese and egg mayonnaise which is acceptable for $28.

For desserts, I had the lemon meringue and purple sweet potato puff.
The sweet potato puff was simple, basically it was just a baked vol au vent filled purple potato filling which is reasonably priced at $28.

The lemon meringue was slightly bigger in size but delicious because the lemon curd was sharp.

Coffee Jobs:
Shop 3, G/F, Paradise Square, 3 Kwong Wa Street, Mong Kok

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