Mon Kee Cafe
Time Out says
It is not difficult to understand why Mon Kee is so popular. It may be built around its namesake scrambled eggs with char siu rice, but the Quartet sandwich ($32) demonstrates genius of a more understated nature. Mon Kee reinvents the Hong Kong sandwich with ingredients that you wouldn't think would taste harmonious together – crisp, slightly charred wheat bread slathered with peanut butter, in between which are densely layered scrambled eggs filled with a generous amount of spiced pork cubes, shredded cabbage and spring onions. Boasting this combination of interplaying flavours and textures, Mon Kee is a winning lunchtime spot with sandwiches to die for.
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