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cafe TOO Restaurant Review: Dine around the world without a passport inside this minimalist but well lit and festive space with multiple show kitchens called theaters, designed by groundbreaking Japanese interiors firm Super Potato. One of Hong Kong Island’s most popular morning destinations for made-to-order pancakes and dim sum like xiao long bao steamed pork dumplings, the copious selection morphs into a sushi to grilled foods lunch and dinner buffet that represents good value for this central Hong Kong area. Health-conscious guests gravitate to the generous selection of prepared salads, including chicken Caesar and Thai green papaya, while in-the-know locals pile their plate high with fresh ingredients to make their own. Longstanding favorites at the Asian theater include Indian curries, delicate Hainan chicken rice, Vietnamese prawns in vermicelli noodles and spicy dan dan noodles that are famously handmade at each mealtime. For the rare appetite unappeased by this diverse selection, the à la carte menu delivers an inventive sirloin steak sandwich with mango papaya salsa and a mean pastrami on rye. Even the most dedicated dieters may find themselves lured back for Chinese almond cake or American-style chocolate layer cake, best topped with homemade ice creams.