Met Cafe The term 'fast food' usually conjures up images of greasy burgers and deep-fried chips, but Met Cafe at Pacific Place prides itself on offering healthier versions of old favourites in a congenial environment. The cafe's new dinner menu offers value-for-money dishes, including the barbecue pulled pork sandwich (HK$58), made with US prime pork shoulder, which has been smoked in traditional Chicago barbecue style using hickory and oakwood. The meat is then shredded by hand and immersed in a barbecue sauce. It is served between a sesame kaiser roll with shoestring French fries, coleslaw and Chicago deli pickle. The steak frites dinner special (HK$88) is a new dish. It is a specialty of cafes in many European cities, including Brussels and Nice. Here, the cafe sticks to European traditions: a petite (220gram) rib eye club steak grilled on charcoal and served with French fries and a green salad tossed in a light vinaigrette. An additional HK$10 buys an extra salad, tea or coffee. Sandwiches and made-to-order dishes are also available at the cafe. Shop 008, LG1 Pacific Place. Call 2918 0882 for take-away orders.