The popular noodle bar brought to us by superstar Taiwanese actress Shu Qi is introducing a string of new items this summer that promises to be cooling and refreshing to fight the heat during Hong Kong's hottest months. The new menu will be available at the IFC and K11 Musea branches from now until August 31 and will include dishes with pan-Asian flavours and new summer drinks.
Curry tsukemen with sliced pork
The dishes on the new menu include Japanese twists like sea urchin and mixed noodles ($138), and Kiki's first-ever tsukemen offering – curry tsukemen with sliced pork ($128). For those looking for something with a Southeast Asian flair, the Vietnamese chilled beef noodles come served with peanut, cucumber, carrots, bean sprouts, shallots, onions, with chilli and garlic vinaigrette.
New drinks for summer
There are also some new side dishes to munch on, such as marinated turnip ($38), Sichuan spicy duck blood ($38), and chilled okra with sesame sauce ($38). These and the mains can be enjoyed alongside one of the new summery drinks – the winter melon tea with calamansi lime and aiyu jelly ($35), or the passion fruit smoothie ($38). If all this wasn't appealing enough, Kiki is offering set menus in which one of a selection of mains can be enjoyed with a drink for ($48), and if that isn't a good deal, we don't know what is.