Had to pay Jordan's new Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine a visit being the cat lady that I am. But oh wait, "Hello Kitty is not a cat". Michelle and I queued 40 minutes in the blazing sun, which actually isn't too bad because I know other people have waited at least 2 hours for a seat. The dinner queues are meant to be even longer, but I think in time, the queues and hype will die down. I also waited 3 hours before for the My Melody pop-up cafe in Langham Place, so in comparison, the 40 minutes was nothing.
Conclusion? Quite expensive for what it is; probably won't be going anytime soon just because I can't be bothered to queue again! But the food was decent and the interior is very Instagram-worthy - Chinese lanterns with hanging bows, carved tables, pretty crockery, paintings of Hello Kitty looking like a little ancient Chinese princess and the cutest dim sums.
Why is only one of the ha gaos a Hello Kitty?
The full meal | Toilet selfie, woo | Need me some Hello Kitty bowls and chopsticks too