Kasa is a 52-seater restaurant in Wan Chai, Hong Kong that specialises in Cantonese fusion cuisine. Look forward to East-meets-West dishes that will definitely pique your interest. It is also worth mentioning that every dish at Kasa is MSG-free.
Founder Adrian Lo Chun-shing has a vision of serving traditional Hong Kong classic delicacies reimagined and together with chef Ciro Tam, they have nailed it with their unique creations. Think burgers comprising sunny-side-up eggs and Japanese char siu sandwiched between pineapple buns and lattes served in oriental tea cups.
Kasa Tea Sets (from HK$38++) are available in the afternoon and each set comprises a main course and a coffee or tea. We would recommend the Sunny-side-up Egg, Japanese Char Siu with Ginger Mayonnaise, Pineapple Bun (HK$48++ per set) – which is essentially a contemporary rendition of everyone’s all-time favourite Hong Kong street food Bo Lo Bao.
There are several other interesting main courses in the tea set menu, such as Shrimp Roe Noodles with Mentaiko Sauce, Chilled Chinese Barbecue Pork and Scrambled Eggs Corn Beef Sandwich.
Choose from Cappucino, Espresso, Flat White, Latte, Long Black, Macchiato, Mocha and Hong Kong-style Milk Tea/Coffee to go along with your delicious main course.
Last but not least, the Kasa-style Molten Duck Yolk Custard Lava Cake (HK$38++) is a must-order. Kasa has successfully integrated the liu sha frenzy into a Western molten lava cake. Instead of the typical chocolate base, Kasa’s interpretation is a golden-brown buttery crumbly cake stuffed with duck yolk lava that oozes out when sliced through.
Suite 103, 1/F Shui On Centre
6-8 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2659-9189
Mon to Fri: 8am – 9.30pm
Sat: 12pm – 9.30pm
Closed on Sundays
Nearest Station: Wan Chai