Five great places for American food under HK$100 in Hong Kong

Where to eat on the Fourth of July, and any other day too

PUBLISHED : Friday, 03 July, 2015, 11:51am
UPDATED : Friday, 14 July, 2017, 10:04pm

What better excuse do you need to sink your teeth into a burger, taco, hot dog and more than this: Saturday is the Fourth of July. We've rounded up five restaurants serving American-themed food - and at wallet-friendly prices too. To read our reviews, click on the headlines.

Boomshack, Central - American fast food

Adding different cheeses to the vintage burger is a good idea ...My friend enjoyed his Holy Kimchi, which stacks kimchi, ham and cheddar cheese.


Cali-Mex chain - variety and spice

Our burrito bowl with Angus rump steak was filling ... Adding a scoop of creamy guacamole to our bowl made all the difference


Texas Burger, Tin Hau - burgers with brio

Served with Cajun seasoning or jalapeno barbecue sauce, the deep-fried chicken wings were delicious. 

Pop it - kosher dogs, classic or with Asian twist

For a full-on experience, taste the Dirty Dog with bacon, avocado, green pepper, onion, ketchup and mustard ... it all contrasts well with the shop's slightly sweet locally made buns.


Pololi, Central - Hawaiian dishes 

The large handwritten blackboard, and the beer-lined food station next to it, tell you what's on offer: Hawaiian sashimi bowl.

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