On a weekend, Ben and I had our morning walk at the Minoru Park. Spring is the most beautiful season, according to Ben.
After our walk in the park, we walked over to the T&T across the Oval. After some light groceries shopping, Ben suggested to have lunch at Copa Cafe around the corner.
We had a short wait for a table as it was almost noon. The decoration is modern as this is relatively a new restaurant.
Water is served instead of Chinese tea like most other Hong Kong style restaurants.
We ordered from the mini set menu which comes with a drink. Ben had the Baked Portuguese style Pork Chop Cutlet on Linguini. Our food took quite a while to arrive.
The sauce was quite tasty.
I ordered the Thai style spicy pork fried rice. The fried rice was just so,so. The spiciness only came from the Thai chili in the fried rice. It was quite a big serving and I had some leftover to go. Nanzaro who had the leftover fried rice commented that he can cook a better tasting fried rice.
For the drink that comes with our order, I opted for the hot milk tea while Ben had the iced milk tea with a dollar extra charge.
Apparently, they have a VIP card that entitles the card holder a 5% rebate. The Copa Cafe Point card is $10 a year with a store credit of $10 plus enjoying a 5% rebate.
Copa Cafe accepts Visa card (for orders above $25, not sure).
We find that the price here is slightly higher than other Hong Kong style restaurants.