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Walking into this traditional Hong Kong café is just like traveling back in time...
Located within some sort of art-deco building on the corner Public Square St. and Temple Street, opposite the famous Tin Hau Temple, Mido is a culinary institution that has changed very little (if at all) since it first opened its doors, almost sixty years ago... Even the old cash till is still there... No wonder this café was used as a backdrop for many Hong Kong movies.
Food wise, Mido Café serves the traditional Cha Chaan Teng fare, which is basically Hong Kong style café fare... From nice and simple sandwiches and toasts, to more "serious" fried rice and noodle dishes, like their signature Baked pork-chop rice, Baked spareribs rice, Spicy Eggplant & Minced Pork with Fried Noodles, and Shredded Chicken Fried Noodles... Everything is nice (and there is a nice street-view from the windows...)
Visiting Hong Kong ?
Guided day tours are a very nice way to explore this unique and beautiful metropolis...
Prices are quite reasonable: HK$ 50 - 75 per person for a nice meal
Open from 8:30 am till 10pm
63 Temple Street, Yau ma Tei (corner of Public Square Street, opposite the square and the old Tin Hau Temple)