30th July 2019 – ((Hong Kong) Hong Kong actress, Shu Qi has opened her first 32-seat KIKI Noodle Bar at IFC after her first restaurant, KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) opened in Taipei.
Bringing together elements of Sichuan cuisine, Taiwanese cuisine, and modern fusion cuisine, the menu at KiKi Noodle Bar includes not only its eponymous products but also tempting desserts and tasty snacks. KiKi Tea, an extended product line of KiKi, offers authentic taste of Taiwanese tea drinks.
The restaurant serves its signature dan dan noodles (HK$98) and spicy Sichuan noodles (HK$98). Don’t miss out their sweet peach oolong tea with mango mousse and coconut jellies (HK$39) and winter melon tea with coconut jellies (HK$35).
Famous chef, Albert Au Kwok Keung from Island Tang and The Eight) has also created two noodles exclusively for KIKI at IFC i.e. meat dumpling mixed noodles with scallion oil (HK$98 and abalone with fish maw noodles in chicken soup (HK$138).
You can also choose side dish from spicy pork knuckle to sliced pork with garlic and many types of rice dishes and rice rolls.
Their handmade noodles itself are being sun-dried rather than fried and taste a lot better.
KIKI NOODLE BAR
Shop 2017, Podium Level Two, IFC Mall, 1 Harbour View Street, Central, Hong Kong.
Tel : +852- 21143426
Opening hours: 11:00 – 22:00 Mon to Sun and Public Holidays