Alleluia Cafe – HK Style Cafe
Alleluia Cafe is a rather popular HK style cafe located in Richspot Plaza in Richmond. I came by early one morning before my trek out along the Iona Pipeline.
I figured I needed something warm and filling so I picked their $7.50 combo that came with Congee with Shredded Pork and Preserved Egg, Chinese Donut, and Pan-Fried Rice Rolls with Soy Sauce.
The congee wasn’t bad but it was a little thin and the century egg was cut up into tiny pieces. The Chinese donut is similarly cut up into tiny pieces (I don’t think it’s the size of a regular Chinese donut) and the donut itself was a bit too hard.
The rice rolls had an oily sheen covering each piece and it came with a thin hoisin sauce on the plate. Overall, it was pretty good but I thought that it could use a bit more wok heat.
Surprisingly, the western-style breakfast dishes here are quite popular with many of the older Chinese diners. This place is cash only and seems to get quite busy so plan accordingly.
188-8131 Westminster Hwy
Posted on February 21, 2016, in Chinese, HK Style Cafe, Restaurant Review and tagged Chinese, Congee, Food, HK Style Cafe, restaurant review, Rice Rolls, Richmond. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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