美都餐室 Mido Cafe Fine-Art Print
美都餐室 Mido Cafe
The Mido Cafe (Chinese: 美都餐室) near the Tin Hau Temple is a two-storey old street corner tea restaurant. The dining room opened in January 1950, and it still retains the decoration of the 1950s to this day.
It bears witness to the history of Hong Kong. In addition to the ground shop, there is also the second-floor lounge, which was very common in the past; It was the filming location of Hong Kong movies and TV series, such as "The Kowloon Ice Room", "PTU", "Temple Street mom", "Brothers" and "Revolving Doors of Vengeance".
美都餐室 Mido Cafe is closed? Yau Ma Tei's 72-year-old tea restaurant has a sign on the gate outside the store, "Let's go first, see you next time", in many classic movie locations.
The news of the closing of Meidu Restaurant recently came out. This 72-year-old tea restaurant in Yau Ma Tei has been the location for many classic Hong Kong movies. A notice was also posted, which read, "Be it! See you next time, bye-bye, we will see you again if you are destined."
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