Few Hong Kong restaurants can boast a presence in the city as extensive as that of Jimmy’s Kitchen. Founded in 1928 — following its original branch in Shanghai that opened in 1924 — the restaurant has seen its fair share of history, from World War 2 to SARS.
The restaurant, which serves colonial British fare as well as Asian favorites such as fried rice and curry in classy, nostalgic surrounds, will be closing its doors at the end of May to relocate to a new space, pushing back its original plan to begin the move at the end of April. Until then, diners can enjoy a special “classics” set menu featuring a starter, soup, main and dessert.
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