Opposite Ho Lee Fook is where you will find the entrance to Seoul Bros, whose goal is to mimic the street food of Korea with international twists sold at prices unheard of in Central.
There's the items you would expect to see on a Korean menu–the likes of bibimbap and spicy chicken–but also quesadillas and banh mi. All have a Korean flair, whether it be spicy garlic mayonnaise and pickled radish on the Korean spiced prawn banh mi, or the kimchi layers to the quesadillas to go with the oozing cheese.
The items range from $15 for the spicy corn salad, $28 for kimchi fries, $38 for quesadillas and $48 for chicken, bibimbap and banh mi. For the portions and quality of food, which is absurdly tasty, these prices are nearly unbelievable. A set of banh mi, fries, corn and soda will set one back $78, and chicken with Sapporo draft beer a tidy $88.
Prawn banh mi with spicy garlic mayonnaise and pickled radish
Chicken with rice cakes from Korea
During their soft opening (AKA now) they are offering free banana milk soft serve, a favourite of South Korean children and a staple of the Korean culture. Which is delightful.
G/F, 66 Hollywood Road, Central
Tel. 2793 5703