Planning on going to Hong Kong anytime soon? Well, whether you are traveling with kids or you’re a kid at heart, like me, who loves Hello Kitty then you should totally add Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine to your itinerary. This is actually a throwback post since these photos were taken when I went to Hong Kong last November 2015, with my mom and my best friend Antong. And to tell you the truth, our main itinerary for the trip was to visit all 3 Hello Kitty place that I knew of. So this was our first stop. Well, for those who doesn’t know me well, I am a Hello Kitty fanatic since I was little. I love everything Hello Kitty and even have a Hello Kitty room in our house with all my Hello Kitty collection in it.
So back to the restaurant, I totally freaked out once we got there! I mean the place was super cute!!! Everything was adorned with Hello Kitty, the tables, the chairs, the mirrors, the lights, the walls, I mean everything. If you have been following me on Snapchat (sheiladytiu) then you’ve seen how happy and giddy I was during our trip.
We came in for lunch around 1:30PM and the place wasn’t crowded. We were seated right away. The menu was all written in Chinese so I really can’t tell you the names of the food we ordered, we just literally choose from the photos on the menu. And I pretty much chose the ones that has a Hello Kitty face on em. LOL!
The food was just really okay, I mean if you are looking for a real awesome Dimsum place and you are not a Hello kitty fan then this place might not be for you.
My mom and Antong are actually a fan of Hello Kitty as well, so we were all delighted to be there for the first time. I would totally come back to this place again.
Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine is located at Shop A to C, Lee Loy Mansion, 332-338 Canton Road, Kowloon Hong Kong.
How to get there:
Taking the taxi would be the most convenient way, you just give the taxi driver the address, but since we love taking the MTR in Hong Kong and the weather that time was just perfect, not too cold and not humid, we didn’t mind walking. So we took the MTR from Tsim Sha Tsui going to Jordan.
It is only about 7 minutes walk from Jordan MTR Station EXIT C2. Go straight at Bowring Street and walk 7 short blocks until you reach the last street which is Canton Road and as you turn left, you will not miss seeing the red Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine sign.
Hope you guys enjoyed todays travel and food post. Next up is our second Hello Kitty stop in Hong Kong, Hello Kitty Le Petit Cafe, so stay tuned and hit the follow button so not to miss any of my post.
4 thoughts on “Food & Travel: Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine”
Thanks for the clear directions on how to get there ^_^ . Thanks for sharing ^_^
Oh thanks! I’m glad you find my post helpful. 🤗💗