Mochi Cafe is located in Tsim Sha Tsui and specialise in eating Udon soup that is served in a hot stone bowl.
You place your order by marking it on an order form and handing it to the staff. The order form is written in Chinese. So if you don’t know how to read Chinese characters then you probably want to take a local with you who can.
There are variety of udon which the menu is titled as handmade udon. I ordered their black sesame pork udon soup, where the pork chop is coated in a black sesame instead of a normal batter coating. The pork chop was tender with a slight crispy outside with the taste of black sesame.
It was good that the pork came separate from the udon soup, otherwise it would had been a soggy and over-cooked pork chop. The udon soup itself was piping hot and the broth was full of flavour.
(Not Sponsored. Menu correct at the time of dining)
Mochi Cafe 萬豚屋
G/F, 19-23 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui