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The Hong Kong tradition of serving yuen yeung (a mixture of coffee and Hong Kong-style milk tea) probably originated in a joint like this one. And while tea and coffee drinks can be found across the city, stalls like So Kee are still one of the best ‘cafes’ around. The eatery prides itself on its pork chop — a fluffy slab that can be enjoyed over a bowl of instant noodles together with an egg or as a sandwich filling. For a real treat, order the French toast and a glass of that yuen yeung.