Eight Food Outlets Near Campus that Deserve Your Try! / 八個必嚐的社區食肆

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Welcome back to the CityU Student Residence!  The Student Residence Office (SRO) is delighted to raise up a hearty welcome to every single one of you.  Well, you can hardly defend that you find yourself here reading this article because you are somehow a foodie having no idea where to go for the appetizing and tempting foods on your first days landing in the halls.   I am here to share with you eight food outlets in the neighbourhood that deserve your attention and visit undoubtedly, these enticing restaurants are all easy-to-reach!

On-campus Outlets

  1. Homey Kitchen

Locating at the centre of the Student Residence, Homey Kitchen is where you can meet residents coming from our 11 residence halls at Cornwall St. The “butter piglet wraps” is one of the favorite choices among residents.

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri: 08:00 – 00:00
Sat & Sun: 11:00 – 23:00
Location: 22 Cornwall St., CityU Student Residence (next to Multi-function Hall B)

  1. AC3 Bistro

The AC3 Bistro provides food such as spaghetti and waffle.  It is a place that provides mouth-watering food with attractive appearances.  The food choices are in western style mainly.  During tea time, the Bistro offers waffle and ice-cream which is really enjoyable when spending the time and chilling with friends.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sat: 07:30-21:00
Sun & Public Holidays: Closed
Location: 7/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3), CityU

  1. AC1 & AC2 Canteens

Among all the outlets introduced, AC1 & AC2 Canteens are the places that provide the most economic-friendly food, with a wide variety of food from the east and the west. Both canteens has always been the most crowded outlets on campus due to the cheap food cost and their convenient locations.

Opening hours:
Daily: 07:30-21:00
Locations:
– 5/F, Yeung Kin Man Academic Building (AC1), CityU
– 3/F, Li Dak Sum Yip Yio Chin Academic Building (AC2), CityU

  1. 5380 Café

With the most exotic food, 5380 Café provides Halal food and Arabic cuisines which are really popular among students. Its unique Kabab wrap in the campus is also an irreplaceable symbol of diversity in the mind of CityU students.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sat: 10:00-22:00
Sun & Public Holidays: Closed
Location: 5/F, Amenities Building, CityU (facing the Swimming Pool)

  1. Garden Café

Garden Café offers a slow-pace environment for both faculty and students to enjoy meals and discuss about things in life with friends.  The price might be slightly higher compared to the other food outlets in campus, but it is definitely worth the price.

Opening hours:
Mon-Fri: 08:00-21:00
Sat: 08:00-17:00
Sun & Public Holidays: Closed

Location: G/F, Academic Exchange Building (next to Jockey Club House)

  1. City Chinese Restaurant

This is the place for all students to reunite with big group of friends. Students get the chance to enjoy long meals and dimsum with their mates and share with one another what one has experienced.  If you want to have a glimpse of traditional Chinese cuisines, this is the place to go.

Opening hours:

Mon-Sat: 11:00-22:30
Sun & Public Holidays: 09:30-22:30
Location: 8/F, Amenities Building, CityU

Off-campus Outlets

  1. Man Kee Cart Noodle

Man Kee has been a well-known restaurant for hall residents to go for a quick supper. This local restaurant offers a typical “make-to-order” Hong Kong-style noodle where you can pick your own choices of food combination.  We call this che jai meen here which literally means “cart noodles” because of its humble origin as a cheap cuisine served for the lower class on food carts during the 1950’s.

Opening hours:
Daily: 24 hours
Location: No. 121, Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon

  1. Sushi-Chicken

Just by the name, people might confuse this with Japanese cuisine. Sushi-chicken is driven from the Chinese pronunciation of “tearing chicken meat by hand”, you can choose either rice or instant noodle for the mains. A must-try near the campus!

Opening hours: Random (So basically it’s by fate whether you can have it or not!)
Location: Shop G94-95, Pak Tin Shopping Centre, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon

Writer:   Dilys HO (Lee Shau Kee Hall)
Images:   City University of Hong Kong, hk861.com, bluehero.pixnet.net

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首先,歡迎大家成為城市大學宿生的一份子! 學生宿舍處對於每位新宿生的來臨都感到十分高興及雀躍。正在閱讀這篇文章的你,想必都是一位「吃貨」,正在苦惱哪裡有開胃和誘人的食物。 這篇文章即將告訴你身為城大宿生必到訪的八大食肆。毫無疑問地,這些都是值得您關注和品嚐的食物。而且,這些吸引的餐廳都很容易到達!

校內食肆

  1. 好味廚

好味廚位於歌和老街宿舍的正中央,這是一個讓你有機會遇來自十一個不同舍堂的宿生碰面的地方。這餐廳的招牌小食「奶油豬仔包」更是多位宿生的至愛!

營業時間:
星期一至五: 08:00 – 00:00
星期六及日: 11:00 – 23:00
地點: 歌和老街22號城大宿舍綜合禮堂B側

  1. AC3 Bistro

AC3 Bistro提供意大利麵和窩夫等食物,它提供的食物具有誘人的外觀,令人垂涎三尺。 食物選擇主要是西方風格。 在下午茶時間,Bistro提供窩夫和冰淇淋,令人可以享受和朋友愉快的時光。

營業時間:
星期一至六: 07:30-21:00
星期日及公眾假期: Closed
地點: 城大劉鳴煒學術樓(AC3)七樓

  1. AC1 & AC2 Canteens

在所有的食肆中,AC1及AC2飯堂是價錢最親民的地方,更提供從各地而來的食品選擇。由於價錢實惠,地點便利,AC1 & AC2飯堂往往是最多學生造訪的飯堂。

營業時間:
每日: 07:30-21:00
地點:
– 城大楊建文學術樓(AC1)五樓
– 城大李達三葉耀珍學術樓(AC2)三樓

  1. 5380 Café

有著清真和阿拉伯風味的食物,5380 Café十分受學生歡迎。它獨特的烤卷餅在學生的心目中有著不可取替的地位。

營業時間:
星期一至六: 10:00-22:00
星期日及公眾假期: 休息
地點:   城大康樂樓五樓 (面向泳池)

  1. 庭園咖啡

庭園咖啡為教授和學生提供了十分優閒的環境,讓我們可以和朋友暢談生活中的瑣碎事。食物的價錢比其他飯堂高,但絕對品超所值。

營業時間:
星期一至五: 08:00-21:00
星期六: 08:00-17:00
星期日及公眾假期: 休息
地點:   學術交流大樓(馬會樓門口對出)

  1. 城軒中菜廳

城軒是一個十分適合一大群同學聚舊的地方。學生能夠在這裡和他們的朋友享受一個漫長的下午,分享趣聞。若你想嚐到傳統的中餐文化,城軒是一個必選之地!

營業時間:
星期一至六: 11:00-22:30
星期日及公眾假期: 09:30-22:30
地點:   城大康樂樓八樓

校外食肆

  1. 文記車仔麵

文記車仔麵是眾位宿生在選擇晚餐或宵夜時必會考慮的餐廳之一。與眾不同的是,這食肆讓客人自選「車仔麵」的配料,由於食物款式多,實在能夠滿足各位客人的食慾。

營業時間:
每日24小時
地點:   九龍深水埗福榮街121號

  1. 自家餃子

「手撕雞飯」,在宿生口中簡稱「sushi chicken」(中譯英的有趣說法),並不是大家想像中的日本菜。客人可選擇以白飯或公仔麵作手撕雞的配搭。不但是城大學生的頭號之選,亦是各位街方的最愛!

營業時間:
隨意 (有時候此食肆會突然休息,所以希望到白田吃手撕雞的宿生實在是要靠運氣!)
地點:   九龍石硤尾偉智里1-3號白田購物中心地下G94-G95號舖

文:   何柏妮 (李兆基堂)
圖:   香港城市大學、861城市快搜、柔藍食單

Let’s Start from Here—–An experience of the Residence Tutor Training Camp / 從心出發,勇往直前—-宿舍導師訓練營體驗記

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It was an unusual Saturday afternoon in a former British army camp where over 60 people, including Residence Masters, SRO staff, Residence Tutors and I were standing still under Hong Kong‘s unforgiving heat. The commander’s voice was really loud and powerful. He was explaining to us the rules of the camp, mainly about how we should behave and self-discipline in the 2-day camp from 29-30 July 2017. Thereafter, we were given 30 minutes to go to our barrack – a big room with 15 bunk beds – where we would sleep that night. That was pretty much how the Residence Tutor Training Camp began. For the next 18 hours, we would be trained like an army.

The first and last sessions were workshops about the roles of Residence Tutors and case studies. Together with our Residence Masters, Dr. Ben LI of Jockey Club Humanity Hall, and Dr. Roger KWAN of Jockey Club Harmony Hall, Mr. Wilson LAM, Director of SRO, enthusiastically gave a welcoming speech and explained the purpose of the camp. In these two sessions, Wilson also defined our duties and roles, illustrated different cases that might happen in the future and explained how Residence Tutors should deal with them. We then had small-group discussions to brainstorm on some real caring and disciplinary cases.

For the outdoor activities, the camp participants were divided into four groups according to our halls. Some of them really challenged your fear and the others relied on teamwork. High Wall was one of the scariest to me in which everyone in the team had to climb up a wall with nothing except the support of our teammates who carried one of us at the bottom and pulled him/her up from the top. It was so terrifying hanging up there without touching the ground, so I just closed my eyes, relaxed and trusted my teammates. Despite my shaky legs and fast heartbeat, I eventually made it. We all made it to the top because of the good team work!

The 2-day camp, along with all the obstacles, definitely shaped and strengthened our friendships, at least between me and my Hall 9 (Sir Gordon and Lady Ivy Wu Hall) tutors. This camp was a crucial beginning of our one-year duty as Residence Tutors because it brought us closer and taught us how to trust each other and to build up a good teamwork. In order to create an engaging residence community, it has to start with the solid foundation of residence tutors. The 2-day training camp was definitely a great kick start!

Writer:   Mickey Jane SALIM (Residence Tutor, Sir Gordon and Lady Ivy Wu Hall)
Photographers:   Mickey Jane SALIM (Residence Tutor, Sir Gordon and Lady Ivy Wu Hall), David MA, Wilson LAM (Student Residence Office), Angela MA (Student Residence Office), Hydie CHEUNG (Student Residence Office)

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那是一個不同尋常的週六下午。前英軍訓練營地內,我和其他40多位宿舍導師正靜立在夏日香港似火的驕陽之下。訓練教官正聲如洪鐘地為我們講解著訓練營的各項規則,並著重強調了在七月二十九至三十日這兩日一夜訓練營內的行為守則與自我約束。接著,我們在30分鐘內回到了營房—-這是個大房間,擺放著15張雙層床,是我們晚上休息的地方。就這樣,我們的宿舍導師訓練營正式拉開了帷幕,在接下來的18個小時裡,我們將如軍隊一般接受各項訓練。

訓練營以研討會開始,也以研討會結束,兩次討論的主題都是宿舍導師的角色定位及相關案例分析。研討會上,賽馬會敬賢堂舍監李健傑博士、賽馬會群萃堂舍監關偉康博士及學生宿舍處處長林健先生熱情致詞,歡迎我們,並介紹了此次訓練營的主要目標。兩次研討會中,林處長亦明確了我們作為宿舍導師的責任及角色,深入地舉出例子講解我們在未來工作中可能遇到狀況及應對方法。

在戶外活動體驗中,我們依據不同舍堂分成小組來完成各種不同的挑戰任務,其中一些需要我們克服自身恐懼,而其他活動則需要良好的團隊合作。「勇攀高牆」是我最害怕的項目之一,因為在這項挑戰中,每位團隊成員都需要徒手攀到高牆頂端–不能借助其他任何外部力量,只能依靠隊友的幫助–靠著身下夥伴的托舉和牆頂隊友的拉扯來爬上高牆。身懸高處卻沒有任何保險措施,我又驚又懼,只能閉上眼睛將信賴全盤交托於隊友們。雖然緊張到雙腿顫抖,心臟怦怦直跳,但我最終克服了恐懼,成功完成了任務。所有團隊成員也都成功攀到頂峰,我們成功完成了挑戰!

在兩天的訓練中,大家齊心協力,克服種種困難,建立起了深厚的友誼,我和同樣來自胡應湘爵士伉儷堂的其他導師們也加深了默契。不僅如此,此次訓練營更讓我們彼此親近,相互信任,這對我們順利開始今後一年的宿舍導師工作至關重要。締造具有啟發性的舍堂環境,需要宿舍導師的鼎力合作,而這次訓練營無疑是一個絕佳的新起點!

文:   林美琪 (胡應湘爵士伉儷堂宿舍導師)
譯:   李怡靜 (賽馬會群萃堂)
攝:   林美琪 (胡應湘爵士伉儷堂宿舍導師)、馬富城、林健 (學生宿舍處)、馬傑芳 (學生宿舍處)、張凱貽 (學生宿舍處)