People queuing to eat at the old location of hip Sheung Wan eaterie Yardbird in Hong Kong. Now the queues have moved to the new restaurant. Photo: Chicken and Charcoal
Andrew Sun
Opinion

Opinion

Mouthing Off by Andrew Sun

Queuing for restaurants is annoying but we’ve only ourselves to blame

  • Many diners hate not being able to make a restaurant reservation and would rather go somewhere else than waste their time queuing
  • While restaurants are partly to blame for no-reservations policies, customers’ inconsiderate booking behaviour also plays a key role

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People queuing to eat at the old location of hip Sheung Wan eaterie Yardbird in Hong Kong. Now the queues have moved to the new restaurant. Photo: Chicken and Charcoal
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Beef pho is the specialty of the house at Saigon Pho in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: Jane Zhang

US$12 back-alley pho that’s big enough for two at Saigon Pho in North Point, Hong Kong

  • The generous serving of speciality pho at Saigon Pho comes with six kinds of beef toppings. The cooked beef brisket was tender, and the broth light
  • A banh mi sandwich was substantial enough to make a summer meal on its own
Topic |   Hong Kong budget eats

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Beef pho is the specialty of the house at Saigon Pho in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: Jane Zhang
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