Friday, January 7, 2011

Extraordinary Breads! BO-LO’GNE Café & Bar, LCX, Ocean Terminal, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Bologne Cafe
How many times have I heard good words, poetry, hymns and praises for Cafe BO-LO’GNE's amazing breads? Too many!
I just found it a teeny bit unbelievable. I thought...could bread be that good? Really?
Really, really, really?
Really.
Trust me.
They're that good.

Like how? Like what?
Imagine the softest, fluffiest, butteriest bread you've ever had.
Now multiply that by 10.
Plus a bit of subtle sweetness.
If I was artistic, I would've sung praises, written poems and hymns about the bread. But I am no artist.
So here's my verdict = YUMMY TO THE MAX!

Best bread ever + crispy, juicy and tasty deep fried spicy chicken + creamy dressing = AMAZING

Don't listen to me, and my photograph didn't do it justice. Go experience it yourself :)

Bologne Cafe
We've also ordered Japanese style Napolitana spaghetti with bread and butter on the side. The pasta was nicely cooked, reasonably tasty, yada-yada-yada, but again, it's all about the bread. So, stick with the bread.

Bologne Cafe
The iced green tea was light and slightly sweet. Very nice.

Bologne Cafe
The yakult lemon was very tart. It was too tart even for SC, the tart maniac. But what do you expect? I could feel the sourness even from the name :)

Bologne Cafe
The two dishes didn't fill these two big eaters, so we also ordered something sweet. I was very disappointed to learn that the chocolate french toast wasn't available, I'm so gonna try that another time. We ended up ordering banana caramel toast, which was delish. Sweet, soft and creamy banana with sticky and rich caramel, on (sorry, I can't stop saying it) the most amazing bread ever :D

At HK$248 for two, it's a bit pricey, but for bread that amazing, I think it's worth it.
BO-LO’GNE Café & Bar
I didn't realize that they've just opened this joint when I visited. The place is really nice and comfy, huge windows overlooking beautiful harbour view, a row of window side seats, which are perfect for dining alone, just like that girl at the corner. Plus, my priorities when selecting a place to dine is different now. Is it baby stroller friendly? Is it near a changing/nursery room? Yes and yes.

Going back there again soon.

PS. I thought my blog name is already quite a handful to spell, but try spelling BO-LO'GNE :D


BO-LO’GNE Café & Bar 


Shop 1, 3/F, LCX, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 17 Canton Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2730 4400

8 comments:

Gummi Baby said...

Your photos definitely do do it justice! As well as your description, if only I was in the neighbourhood! :)

gastronomous said...

oh i LOVE Bo-Lo'GNE! think i went about 3 - 4 times in soho... can't wait to try the one in TST :)

EatTravelEat said...

Wow, the bread certainly looked extraordinary...even the toast looks fab. Only had I stopped by when I passed by Ocean Terminal a few weeks ago. :( Now I have to wait till next time...

Joanne said...

You have all of these delicious meals all the time and I am jealous because I can't have them. Bread. So so good.

Little Corner of Mine said...

I believe you if you said the bread is extraordinary! Wish I could try it too.

tigerfish said...

I can't taste it! :O .....and I am quite a "bread" person....then you are telling me it is so good! WHat can I do?????

Mims said...

oh my!!!...here its goes again a place to add on to my "To-Go" list when I'm in HK. What is the price range? Pricy? can't wait to try out the fluffy times 10 bread!!

Cooking Gallery said...

The first photo looks incredibly yummy...!!!Slurps...;)!