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Two dishes and rice in Central

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    Two dishes and rice in Central

    Anywhere in Central to get a “two dishes and rice” lunch box? I’ve seen them around my neighborhood (Western district) but not anywhere near work.

    https://hongkongfp.com/2022/02/27/ri...e-and-offline/

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    Plenty of those in Worldwide House if you can stomach Filapino cuisine.


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    Try this map... Setup by the two dish fan group on Facebook.

    https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/vi...047961031&z=12

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    Since this is a topic, can anybody point out which of these is actually good in quality rather than just cheap and/or providing big portions?

    I do understand the main point is to be cheap, but wondering if any are really decent for the price point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianXpat0:
    Since this is a topic, can anybody point out which of these is actually good in quality rather than just cheap and/or providing big portions?

    I do understand the main point is to be cheap, but wondering if any are really decent for the price point.
    My go-to in Yuen Long is in my opinion, quality. It depends on what you get, though it is typical HK cafe style. The base sauces are usually the same, along with many pork type dishes.

    That saying, I can't eat this everyday.
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    Pun intended
    saw this shop in cheng sha wan
    https://www.openrice.com/en/hongkong...reet-p13567939
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    Quote Originally Posted by AsianXpat0:
    Since this is a topic, can anybody point out which of these is actually good in quality rather than just cheap and/or providing big portions?

    I do understand the main point is to be cheap, but wondering if any are really decent for the price point.
    I think most of the dishes are typical cha chan teng quality. Can not say all dishes are good, my go to choice is sweet and sour pork
    For me the problem is no english menu, and you have to make your decision fast or hundreds of hungry eyes would be starring at you with impatience grunts
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    The basement of landmark next to simply life (the maxims-run japanese/asian place) has the typical simply life rice and chinese food boxes. At least they did when I worked there - things might have changed with Covid.

    they have the same at the simply life in Citibank tower too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy SNK:
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    Pun intended
    saw this shop in cheng sha wan
    https://www.openrice.com/en/hongkong...reet-p13567939
    I saw one in central! Decided not to “come”
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