Crystal Jade

Friday, March 8, 2013
Crystal Jade C-Jade HK Café In

Photo credit to Crystal Jade C-Jade HK Café In

Photo credit to Crystal Jade C-Jade HK Café In

Chilled Hong Kong Milk Tea ($3.90)
The right combination of tea, milk and sugar make the perfect cup of smooth fragrance milk tea

Old Time HK Biscuit 3 pieces ($2.00)
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2 plain crackers with malt sugar as filling, a luxury snack for kids in Hong Kong back in 1960's

Corned Beef & Cheese Toast ($4.80)
Sliced bread topped with salted corned beef and cheese, toast to perfection for crispy on the side and soft salty flavour in the middle

Crispy Macau Pork Chop Bun ($4.80)
A popular snack in Macau, this dish pairs a thin, tender, juicy piece of freshly deep fried pork chop with sliced cucumber, tomato, lettuce and crispy bean curd skin and envelopes it between delicious bun that is soft on the inside and crispy on the outside

Deep-fried Spring Chicken with Fries & Lemongrass (Half $8.90 / Whole $16.80)
Crisp and fragrant Spring Chicken with a hint of lemongrass. I must say this is super tender!

Hong Kong Cart Noodle ($4.00)
A perennial favourite, these noodles come with a large selection of side ingredients, including quintessentially Singapore sides like cuttlefish, fish ball and chicken sausage.

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