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Hong Kong’s first burger art
 at Galley Café & Dining

At Galley Café & Dining it is all about the burger this summer. During the months of July and August, Hong Kong's favorite modern restaurant will be serving a special Galley Burger Bonanza menu asking guests to offer up their own creations in an online competition using Galley Café & Dining’s burger fun design tools.

Enjoy the summer months in the fantastic light filled setting of Galley Café & Dining’s traditional heritage setting, with its chic alfresco area and spectacular panoramic views of Kowloon, the Colonial building is the perfect place for friends and family to kick-back, relax and savor the latest offerings of the Galley Burger Bonanza menu.

Using the freshest of ingredients to create classic yet innovative taste combinations for the best burgers in town, the all-new burger menu includes a Thai Sirloin Steak Burger, which is a twist on an original served with green papaya salad and sweet chili sauce on a soft ciabatta roll with potato wedges, priced at $158 + 10% service charge. With something for everyone, vegetarians will love the Vegetarian Portobello Burger, grilled Portobello Caps with red onion, arugula, roasted red peppers topped with goat cheese and garlic mayo served on a Scotch bap roll with potato wedges and insalata, priced at $128 + 10% charge.

For those who like something classic, the menu features a Blue Cheese Bacon Burger topped with caramelized onions, bacon strips, blue cheese and garlic mayo on a poppy seed bun and galley fries, priced at $HK138 + 10% service charge. Meat eaters will also relish the Zesty Lime Chicken Burger topped with bacon, cheddar cheese, homemade guacamole and chipotle mayo served on a sesame seed bun with galley fries and insalata, priced at $HK128 + 10% service charge.

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