Beefsteak, borscht, vegetables and Hong Kong milk tea at Red Tea Cafe in Kwun Tong. For cha chaan teng (Hong Kong diner) food “this place is the bomb!” says Julius Brian Siswojo. Photo: courtesy of Instagram
Beefsteak, borscht, vegetables and Hong Kong milk tea at Red Tea Cafe in Kwun Tong. For cha chaan teng (Hong Kong diner) food “this place is the bomb!” says Julius Brian Siswojo. Photo: courtesy of Instagram

‘I have to have my dim sum’: where a hip hop artist in Hong Kong goes for yum cha, and where he takes guests for cafe classics like pork chop rice

  • Indonesia-born Julius Brian Siswojo (aka JBS) loves his native cuisine, but hasn’t found restaurants in Hong Kong that can beat his Jakarta favourites
  • In his adopted city, he prefers dim sum and casual food from cha chaan teng, and follows his food-loving brother’s recommendations for fine Chinese cuisine

Beefsteak, borscht, vegetables and Hong Kong milk tea at Red Tea Cafe in Kwun Tong. For cha chaan teng (Hong Kong diner) food “this place is the bomb!” says Julius Brian Siswojo. Photo: courtesy of Instagram
Beefsteak, borscht, vegetables and Hong Kong milk tea at Red Tea Cafe in Kwun Tong. For cha chaan teng (Hong Kong diner) food “this place is the bomb!” says Julius Brian Siswojo. Photo: courtesy of Instagram
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