Kowloon Bay Café wishes to bring customers with creative and customer focus Hong Kong style dishes. Our specialties have included: “Signature fei po char siew, Hong Kong crispy belly, Hong Kong special stockings milk tea and Tea & Coffee Dance. Kowloon Bay Café will serve and create Chinese and Western fusion dishes, striving to delight customer with a unique and delicious Hong Kong style dining experience. Here at Kowloon Bay, you can savour Hong Kong specialities such as shrimp dumping/wan tan noodles, Macao chicken/pork bun, dim sum, cheese baked rice, Kowloon Bay fragrant Rice, Hong Kong style congee and etc.

17 Petir Road
#01-07 Hilion Mall
Singapore 678278

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm



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Char Siew and roast meat from @kowloonbayhkcafe_sg. Have wanted to try this for a while after people have compared it to the char siew at Char.
The meat here is covered in a nice sticky glaze with hints of coffee and molasses. the char siew is probably 70% meat 30% fat and each bite is wonderfully juicy. I think the meat at Char has a better.... char (for want of a better word) and nicer burnt crust, but this is pretty decent too! and with one-for-one using the entertainer app I can have more meat for myself 🤤

Hidden underneath that heap of fried bee hoon was a chunk of braised meat! It was unfortunately slightly tough, but the bee hoon soaked in the rich braised meat gravy well. The dish is more on the saltier end though.

An assortment of fried sweet potatoes that came in a filling portion for sharing, flavours are pretty much what you'd expect!

Vongole with just a tinge of spiciness, thought this was quite mediocre. We’d say to stick to the Hong Kong style items on the menu!

Stir fried baby kailan with mushrooms, vegetables were crunchy but it’s pretty average.

Kowloon cafe’s triple mix set comes with an assortment of soy chicken, char siew and crispy pork belly. The star of them all was the Signature Fei Po Char Siew that was so tender and fatty, covered in a sweet glaze - it was the first to be wiped out from our table. A relatively good portion for sharing and you can top up with carbs to complete the meal - Sesame Rice ($2), Rice ($1.50) or Sesame Noodle ($2.50) which was decently springy without the alkaline aftertaste.

If you like your HK Milk Tea fragrant and gao, you won’t be disappointed by this! Here in Kowloon cafe, they serves theirs in a glass placed in a bucket of ice to ensure that it doesn’t get diluted. Two thumbs up!

A huge thank you to @kowloonbayhkcafe_sg for having us and @burpple for the kind invite! 🙆🏻

One out of the six new drinks on the menu, this Kowloon Bay Treasure is a coconut based drink. Not too bad but just a tad sweet. I’ll stick to the solid Ice Milk Tea ($4.50)!

Fried rice with egg and chicken bites topped with pork floss. I would prefer going for the noodles!

A portion of smoked BBQ spare ribs here is served with salad and a side of deep fried sweet potatoes. The BBQ sauce was too sweet for me and the ribs could do with more tenderness and smokiness. Quite pricey imo!

A cream based baked rice with lots of chicken, stretchy cheese and an egg on the top. Think it suits children's tastebuds!

Kowloon Bay Hk Cafe is situated at first floor of Hillion Mall. Tried the following dishes: The Signature Fei Po Char Siew Noodle ($9.90) springy noodles topped with a portion of char siew and some vegetables. Croissant with Char Siew ($7.90) which came with a side of salad and fries. The croissant was fluffy and buttery. The char siew gave this dish a savoury twist, which worked really well. Loved the char siew in both dishes. The char siew was charred and fatty, tho it would be better if there was a balance of lean meat and fats. But overall, they were still two great dishes. Last but not least, don’t forget to pair your mains with an iced cold Kowloon Bay Special Drink ($4.50). The milk tea was served in a glass surrounded by a bucket of ice, to ensure that it wouldn’t be diluted even after being left out for awhile. Definitely be back here again!

Milk tea in a cute bucket! Sweetness was just right too ;) just the thing to cheer up your Monday blues!

Fancy a light bite over a good spot of tea and in the mix stand a chance to win a 3D2N all-expense paid staycation at @msocialsingapore when you vote for your favourite tea-inspired menu?

Happening from now till 31st July, the world’s first @Dilmahsg Tea Inspired Awards celebrates tea-inspired creations, from savoury dishes, pastries to drinks at THIRTY participating cafes and restaurants. And one of them is Kowloon Bay HK Cafe, know for their signature roast meats and other Hong Kong favourites. Served on a crispy bite-sized pastry, they presented a simple pairing of their Fei Po Char Siew Canapes with Dilmah Exceptional Lively Lime and Orange ($5.90). The tender, slight fatty and well marinated meat comes with a sweet finish which goes nicely with the aromatic tea that is infused with a sparkle of lemony tartness and balanced with citrus. On the menu, they also offer an intriguing combination of Braised Rose with French Vanilla Pulled Pork Semola Spaghetti ($8.90). So do check them out.

Make online reservations via @chopesg and share your photos of your tea-inspired treats with the hashtags #TeaInspiredAwards #TeaInspired #DilmahSG to win additional prizes. Also read up more about the competition, the participating cafes and restaurants here:

📍Address: 17 Petir Road, Unit 01-07 Hilion Mall, Singapore 678278

From 1 June till 31 July, enjoy dilmah tea-inspired menus at participating outlets, vote for your favourite and stand to win the top prize of a staycation!

One of the 30 participating outlet would be @kowloonbaysg, with a delightful tea pairing of their signature Fei Po Charsiew canapé (oh so sweet, tender and fatty char siew!) with dilmah Exceptional Lively Lime & Orange ($5.90) ; and an interesting idea of braised rose with French vanilla pulled pork spaghetti, or go for the Tropical Island Fruity Mocktail as a thirst quencher!

Thank you #burpple for extending the invite and @kowloonbaysg for having us!

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