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Trendy KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) Welcomes Spring with Healthy New Specialties and Super Value Set Menus

March 25, 2020 Dining No Comments Email Email

Taiwan’s trendsetting KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) is welcoming Spring with healthy new low calorie noodles specialties and super value set menus at KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) ifc mall and KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) K11 MUSEA. A healthy new vegan soy milk drink and seasonal drink are also added to the drinks menu at all four KiKi Tea branches.

KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) continues the KiKi noodle brand’s iconic winning recipe of natural, healthy sun-dried noodles, handmade from just flour and water without MSG or additives, and signature crowd-pleasing Taiwanese tea and bubbles made with natural ingredients.

Now three new specialties are launched especially for health-conscious times at KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) ifc mall in Central and KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) K11 MUSEA in Tsim Sha Tsui East.

Portobello and Assorted Vegetables Noodles in Tomato Consommé (HK$108) is a new vegetarian option with Portobello mushroom low in calories and high in protein, a great substitute for meat, and okra rich in fibre, which helps building immunity against viruses and infection.

With two prized ingredients, Sea Cucumber Mixed Noodles, Abalone Sauce (HK$138) brings immune system-boosting benefits of sea cucumber, an especially good source of protein, glycine and arginine.

A fusion of east-meets-west in a sweet and juicy tomato sauce, Boston Lobster Mixed Noodles, Lobster Bisque (HK$138) benefits from lobster’s great source of protein, selenium and omega-3 fatty acids.

While seasonally most popular in autumn, Crab Egg Gravy Mixed Noodles (HK$138) is retained by popular demand for its hearty homemade pork bone broth and famed nutritional and vitamin benefits of crab roe as an immunity booster for overall health.

Completing the spring promotion is a healthy new drink vegan specialty, Soy Milk KiKi Roasted Tea topped with Soy Milk Cream Mousse, Grass Jelly, available at all four KiKi Tea branches until 31 March.

Sumptuously topped with soy milk cream mousse and grass jelly, the innovative new showcase of the brand’s beloved signature KiKi Roasted Tea, is especially created with low-calorie grass jelly for its health benefits, rich in antioxidants and good for lowering blood pressure. The new specialty is priced HK$36 iced, or HK$34 as a hot drink.

A brand new specialty, Peach Oolong topped with Wild Berry Cream Mousse (Iced), is also being launched on 1 April 2020, priced HK$38 and available at all four branches until 31 July.

Super Value Set Menu is also introduced at just HK$98, reduced from an original price of HK$148, at KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) ifc mall and KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) K11 MUSEA.

Available until 30 June for either dine-in or takeaway, the bargain offer includes a choice of signature main courses with snack and a drink. Main choices include signature KiKi Dan Dan NoodlesStir-fried Minced Pork Mixed Noodles with Chive Flowers and Fermented Black Beans and Sichuan Spicy Tofu Noodles in Soup with Duck Blood, Tofu and Sliced Pork. All-time-favourite snack choices are KiKi Meat DumplingSliced Boiled PorkMashed Garlic or Black Fungus Salad – two of which are complimentary with a la carte noodle, rice or congee orders during the promotion period.

The set is available after 3pm, Monday to Friday at KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) ifc mall and all-day throughout the week at KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) K11 MUSEA.

Another great value is Afternoon Tea Set (HK$48) of one main dish and a drink, every Monday to Friday from 3pm to 6pm, at KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) ifc mall and KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) K11 MUSEA.

Dish choices are Mini Crispy Chicken Fillet RiceMini Taiwanese Braised Pork Chop RiceMini KiKi Dan Dan NoodlesMini Stir-fried Minced Pork Mixed Noodles with Chive Flowers and Fermented Black Beans and KiKi Platter of Spicy Pork Knuckle, Taiwanese Sausage, Deep-fried Chicken Wing and Marinated Soft-boiled Egg. Available from now until 31 July, the set is served with either iced Winter Melon Tea or Peach Oolong (iced/hot), or any other choice from the main KiKi Tea drinks menu for an extra HK$18.

As with the a la carte menu, the new sets and specialties are all available for both dine-in and takeaway.

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