If you're familiar with Hong Kong-Macau cafe style foods, you'll find they have some Western-Portuguese influenced Asian foods due to their history.
I don't know why I've started reminiscing, but I've recently started going back again- the record has pretty much been once a week for the past 3 weeks- I think. Though the owner of James Street Kitchen has changed quite a few times, their lunch menu has pretty much remained the same.
For the record, I still eat their Baked Pork Chop Rice. It comes as a set-with a drink and borsch/corn soup. If you squint your eyes you'd also notice we ordered spring onion pancake and you tiao (fried dough). We just had nasty eyes and wanted everything on the menu.
They now also serve a assortment of entree style dishes. Although I do presume the takoyaki here was not made in their own kitchen.
They also have Xiao Long Bao.
Cream Corn Fish & Rice
Roast Duck & Preserved Vegetable Rice Noodle Soup.
I'd say the food tastes pretty much the same as university times- either that or it's been too long! It just takes me back to yester-years and the cafes in Hong Kong. Slurp!
James Street Kitchen
Shop 7a/109 James Street