Newly opened industrial building restaurant in Tsuen Wan offers all-you-can-eat breakfast for just HK$38


11th April 2024 – (Hong Kong) In the midst of an economic downturn, many restaurants are facing closure. However, there is a glimmer of hope in Tsuen Wan, where an industrial building restaurant has chosen to open its doors against the odds. To attract customers during its grand opening, the restaurant has introduced a “one-price” all-you-can-eat breakfast and lunch promotion, priced at just HK$38 and HK$58 respectively. The menu boasts a wide variety of dishes, which has delighted netizens who have enthusiastically shared their experiences online.

The post on the local Facebook group quickly caught the attention of netizens. Many believe that local restaurants should be supported, with comments such as “It’s rare to find something this good,” and “It’s worth a try.” However, there is also a sense of melancholy, with remarks like “Restaurants today can only rely on themselves for survival,” and “It’s only a matter of time before Hong Kong’s market collapses.”

The attached picture in the Facebook post shows a large sign outside the newly opened restaurant in Tai Chung Road Industrial Building on Tai Chong Road in Tsuen Wan, featuring the words “All-you-can-eat breakfast for $38” and “All-you-can-eat lunch for $58.” The breakfast hours are from 7am to 11.30am, while the lunch hours are from 11.30am to 3pm.

According to the sign, the breakfast menu offers a wide selection of options, including congee, noodles, rice, dumplings with various fillings, steamed buns, and dim sum. The lunch menu is equally diverse, featuring rice, noodles, soups, stir-fried dishes, steamed dishes, fried foods, and braised vegetables. The promotion also includes free-flowing beverages to accompany the meal.

Netizens posted pictures of the restaurant’s food, and many were impressed by the attractive presentation. One netizen commented, “The prices are very appealing, and we should support this newly opened establishment.” The all-you-can-eat promotion sparked lively discussions, with some saying, “It’s a great deal for young people, but as you get older, it’s hard to enjoy such offers,” while others expressed their concerns, saying, “Restaurants should focus on pre-cooked dishes to save costs on service staff and kitchen rentals,” and “Running a business is tough these days; restaurants can only rely on themselves for survival.”

However, the quality and taste of the food garnered even more attention. Some netizens mentioned that a similar concept already exists in Ngau Tau Kok, while others questioned the freshness of the ingredients. Despite the mixed opinions, there were those who defended the restaurant, saying, “For just a few dollars, you get meat, vegetables, and rice. It’s a fair deal. Would you rather have “dragon meat” for that price?” and “For HK$58, even if the appearance isn’t the best, it’s very appealing, and we should support this newly opened establishment.”

Some netizens also pointed out that since the restaurant is located within an industrial building, it might be a canteen for the building’s occupants. They cautioned that it may not be open to the general public.