A piece of Hong Kong: Eating to live

chinadaily.com.cn | 2017-06-20 09:23
A piece of Hong Kong: Eating to live


Bing sutt style themed Starbucks

Bing sutt, otherwise known as an ice room in Cantonese, is a type of traditional coffee house in Hong Kong, which was very popular during 1950s and 1960s. Providing light meals and drinks, it is a unique place where Chinese food meets Western food.

Bing sutt is often characterized by old furniture, small tiled floors, hanging fans and folding chairs. In this Starbucks on Duddell Street, the tables, seats, decorations and even menus are a duplication of an old-style bing sutt, which brings people back to the old days. You will be itching to join other customers taking photos of the retro menu and decor, along with the treasures and knickknacks on the walls and tables.

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