Food: Korean-American dishes like bulogogi beef tacos and burgers with grilled kimchi and smoked cheese that are mostly high in calories, but totally worth the guilt. They also have a weekend brunch menu with items such as kimchi pork eggs benedict and and waffles.
Service: The waitress on the Thursday dinner shift seemed a little spaced out, but the food came pretty quickly and the owner was very friendly.
Must try: From the a la carte menu, the Korean fried chicken is ridiculously addictive. If you’re here for weekend brunch, the light and fluffy omelet with spinach, kimchi and cheese served with a salad and a scrumptious slice of Korean pancake (which looks like a hash brown) is one of the lighter, but still delicious options.
Ambience: Casual and cosy, with a wonderful outdoor area.
Average price per person: 180 HKD
Address: U-Hang, 58 High Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 2549-6788