Garage Society is not only in a prime location of business, but also in an excellent location for food!
It'd be good to have a ham and egg sandwich to start your day! This Hong Kong style bakery is just around the corner and it serves a wide range of breads and pastries with a budget price. Egg tarts and cookies from this bakery are also good to try!
Feel like enjoying something healthy, filling or low crab? You would find a perfect vegetarian takeaway on Wellington Street! It serves salads and Middle Eastern flatbreads with your choice of healthy toppings! With the concept of fast slow food to go, it's definitely a good choice of a healthy quick lunch.
What's for dinner? I would highly recommend a ramen shop on Stanley street. It is a small ramen shop with japanese decor and always full of japanese customers. This ramen shop makes me feel a bit like I am back in Japan! It's expected to wait a bit for a seat if it’s lunch or dinner time. It serves refreshing ramen with thick noodles and tonkotsu as the broth base. What I love the most is their toppings as their ramen not only comes with nori and chashu, but also a lot of spinach!! It's even worthy to go there on friday nights, as the japanese owner may offer u some free beer if he's drunk! :D ~CM
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