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Woo's Hong Kong Cuisine

--like dining in a miniature HK museum

Updated Beijing Time

 

Replicas of Hong Kong snack booths 

  
Will you open a restaurant just with the thought in your mind that "I want to eat the authentic food from my hometown?" Woo's Hong Kong Cuisine comes out from this brave idea.

The restaurant, fittingly titled "Woo's," regularly attracts people with its classic red, white and blue logo (the typical colors of the knitted bags often seen in shops) and its special Chinese name "吴係茶餐厅," which has the same pronunciation as "not a canteen" in Cantonese.

But Woo's is not your usual Hong Kong-style Guangzhou restaurant, presenting much more than just a place to eat. According to Mr. Xian, one of the owners, "The idea for Woo's brewed for over seven months before the dream finally came true."

 

 

Replicas of Hong Kong snack booths 

 

 

Replicas of Hong Kong traditional events

  
Canteen or museum?

Stepping into Woo's is like entering a miniature museum of Hong Kong in the late part of the 20th century, a familiar period for Cantonese people that grew up watching HK television programs.

Amongst the cultural bric-a-brac, there are many postcards and movie posters illustrating the development of the city and its movie industry, and scenes of local street-life take visitors down memory lane. With children's games posted on the wall and 'money crocks' hidden beneath a glass floor, many locals go to Woo's just to re-experience fond memories of their youth.

Original take on a classic flavor

Hong Kong's "canteen culture" was formed in a unique metropolitan society characterized by a hurried pace of life – fast, cheap and convenient were and still are the guiding principles. Woo's maintains that tradition with original flavor and typical materials, served up by experienced local chefs well-versed in the cuisine of Hong Kong.

 

 

Woo's special chilled milk tea

 
It is said that a good milk tea is the mark of a quality HK canteen, and at Woo's this time-honored beverage retains its traditional flavor while also being adapted to modern taste buds. The "boiled pig's liver" is another highlight there, along with a wide selection of tasty dishes conveniently written in Chinese, English and Japanese on the extensive menu, leaving diners happily spoiled for choice.

 

 
"Woo's," regularly attracts people with its classic red, white and blue logo.

  

 
The cashier, like a store in the street

 
 

 
Postcards and mini-buses record HK history

 

 
Movie posters and a special corner dedicated to Bruce Lee

 

 
The menu written in three languages

 

 
Boiled pig's liver -- only at Woo's Hong Kong Cuisine

 

 
The Beatles

 

 
You can still find these in Hong Kong, popular since the last century

 

 
HK-made seasoning and authentic cuisine, a perfect match

 

 
'Money crocks' hidden beneath the glass floor

 

Add: 103-107, 1/F, No. 75, Tianhe Dong Lu, Tianhe District. 天河区天河东路75号(太古汇旁)-1层103-107

Tel: 8757 0062

(By Carrot Chan, Stephen Roach)

Click to visit the Chinese version 中文版

Source: Lifeofguangzhou.com

Editor: Chen Minjie

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