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.
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Address

17 Petir Road
#01-07 Hilion Mall
Singapore 678278

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Price

~$15/pax

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Kowloon Bay HK Cafe

Complimentary Coffee/Tea with purchase (Teatime set)

1. Get a free cup of coffee/tea with any purchase of toast/sandwich/lava cake. 2. Available on weekdays, 2–5pm, excluding public holidays

Kowloon Bay HK Cafe

20% for Students

Flash your student card to get 20% off total bill. Available on weekdays from 11am–5:30pm, excluding public holidays

Kowloon Bay HK Cafe

Weekday Set Lunch

Set includes a choice of Signature Fei Po Char Siew Rice/ HK Style Braised Meat Fried Bee Hoon/ Kowloon Bay Creamy Chicken Rice or Pasta and complimentary ice lemon tea. Available only on weekdays, 11am–5pm, excluding public holidays

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Good To Be A Student ($8.5 After Gst And Student Discount20% Off Ala Carte)

When i saw the bowl i tot i made a mistake for paying double the price of a hawker centre char siew noodles but boy was i glad to be wrong!
Signature fei po char siew noodle didnt disappoint and the char siew was probably the best i've ever had. Super tender and fatty, the char siew had an amazing sweet savoury glaze as well. The dark sauce drizzled over only served to amplify the umami of the char siew, while it worked with the noodles and the chili for an amazingly fragrant bite deserving of accompanying the char siew.

No service charge but no complains about that! Service was pretty good though

Cozy Cafe serving Delicious HK Favourites

Croissant with Char Siew from Kowloon Bay HK Cafe which comes with a side of salad and fries.

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Signature Fei Po Char Siew & Crispy Pork Belly

Returned with mum since we were around Hillion Mall wondering what to have. Decided to order these two meats and paired it with their Sesame Rice (which was pretty similar to the rice we get with Chicken Rice).

Sure; they could probably do better in terms of presentation but the Char Siew was still pretty much as tender and sweet as it used to be; it is also noted that the Char Siew was also sliced thicker than the ones served with the noodles that I previously had. The Crispy Pork Belly was also pretty impressive; despite the slightly coarser meat that we had, the skin was biscuity crisp and the meat was pretty flavourful from the spices rubbed into it — could have been better if it was slightly more fatty but still pretty good looking past the texture of the meat!

Signature Fei Po Char Siew Noodle

Was told that their Signature Fei Po Char Siew is one of the highlights on their menu, and hence revisited to try that out. A pretty palatable bowl of noodles here; it's decently springy and tossed in a savoury, dark sauce but it's indeed the Signature Fei Po Char Siew that is in the limelight here — caramalised and sweet while tender, soft and juicy; the only qualm was that I wished it was more chunkier for more bite. That being said, it's probably sliced this way since the portion here is just nice to compliment with the noodles; would probably have to go for the single portion of solely meat the next time to get myself satisfied!

For Beautifully Caramelised Char Siew Noodles

Kowloon Bay HK Cafe in the newly opened Hillion Mall (nearest MRT Station is Bukit Panjang) serves hearty Hong Kong cafe fare that we'll gladly return for. Start with the Iced Milk Tea ($4.50) served in a bottle that is stashed in a bucket of ice, keeping the sock-pulled milk tea chilled but not diluted. The locally-owned cafe also makes a wonderful bowl of Signature Fei Po Char Siew Noodle ($9.90). Skip the option to have it with wantons — it means you'll be sacrificing precious, fatty char siew slices for two measly wantons. The thick-cut pork belly with melt-in-your-mouth fatty bits is caramelised to a beautiful dark brown glossy finish, and fondly reminds us of Char in Jalan Besar. Al dente noodles are set atop sweet dark sauce before the char siew is added as the finishing touch. Another satisfying main is the Kowloon Bay Fragrant Rice with Chicken Chop and Soup ($11.90) that comes with a palm-sized piece of freshly fried chicken cutlet served over wok hei ladened fried rice.
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burppler Hilary See

Roast Pork & Char Siew

Very sweet sauce over Char Siew, both BBQ meats are extra soft to taste.

Pork Belly Bee Hoon

Sauce over the beehoon is little smoky taste. The Pork Belly is roasted then braised. Thick slice too. $12.90 for now.

Century Egg Porridge

One of the slow cooked Porridge. The century egg is well cooked and soft.

Char Siew Noodles With Wanton

Newly opened Hillion Mall (connected to Bukit Panjang MRT Station) is giving Bukit Panjang Plaza a run for their money. There are so many popular food chains here (Dian Xiao Er, Danro, Ssikkek Korean BBQ and even TUK TUK CHA!!!!!!) as well as new openings like this buzzy Kowloon Bay HK Cafe.

Instead of having the Char Siew Noodles with Wanton ($9.90) which is featured on the menu, go for the Signature Fei Po Char Siew Noodles ($9.90) instead. I hear the latter promises FATTIER char siew slices, definitely returning for it next time. 😱😍

Taste wise, the char siew is beautifully caramelised to a dark brown glossy finish — much like the ones from Char (still the best but so far from my house 😭). There are some fatty bits, but not as cray as Char's. All in all, I wasn't expecting such glorious char siew in my noodles — this totally blew me away! #Burppoved

Crispy Pork Belly

From Kowloon Bay Hong Kong Cafe at Hillion Mall; both the mall and restaurant officially opens today to much fanfare of Bukit Panjang residents — it is situated at Bukit Panjang MRT/LRT Station with the bus interchange moving in at a later date.

Snuck a piece from my friend's order (didn't order much considering I was intending to have dinner at home anyway) and these were pretty good although I wasn't carrying any expectations. The meat was pretty much on the lean side, but the crackling skin was a sure hit that's bound to impress, though some may find it carrying an unpleasant porky stench (though I am very fine with it). Each portion comes at $12.90++, and one can opt for white rice or sesame rice at an extra charge. They also do serve the meat with noodles though it falls under a different section on the menu from the meats itself.

Butter Polo Bun

Wasn't quite ready to down an entire main myself since I was going to have dinner at home, so went for the Butter Polo Bun which was not too bad. The crust atop was pretty buttery, but it seemed to have lacked a little crispness and felt a little close to being "yet another bread" in terms of texture. Otherwise, the bun's pretty fluffy and comes with a knob of butter in between that's in the midst of melting as it gets all warmed up in between the buns.

HK Milk Tea! シ

22-MAY-17
♡ Thick, but not too sweet!
☆ $4.50+

Horrid

Taste terrible and looks terrible.

Claimed that they are famous for their Cha Siew but they served me all lard! Horrible to the max! I have to pick up my own utensils and serviette. I just cancelled the order and left.

奶茶

I'm always on the lookout for solid HK milk tea in Singapore and this ranks pretty high on my list! Sock-pulled, super gao but not overly sweet milk tea served in a bottle that is stashed in a bucket of ice. Gimmicky as it looks, the ice keeps the drink chilled but not watered down — just the way I like it to be! #Burpproved

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