Since 1973, Kam Wah Cafe has served loyal patrons of their famous Bo Lo Yau (菠蘿油, Cantonese for "Pineapple Bun with Butter"), a sweet bread that’s crusty on the outside and soft on the inside with a slice of cold butter in the middle.
Kam Wah Cafe’s classic cha chaan teng setting makes you forget that you’re in the middle of a city bustling with modernity—until you see suited-up men lining up for their fix of Kam Wah Cafe signature’s Cantonese pastries. Commune with the locals as you all enjoy Hong Kong-style French toast, washed down with Yuen Yeung (鸳鸯, a 50-50 mix of coffee and tea), and finished with So Pey Dahn Tart (酥皮蛋撻, Cantonese for "Puff Pastry Egg Tart").
My Favorite Hot Pot Place 😍 we usually order their set meals that comes with unlimited rice and dippings.
Love their USDA Choice Angus Beef but if you want the leaner version try their All Natural Angus Beef. Enjoy it with their sesame and ponzu dippings.