Hk snow cafe
Opens at 1:00 PM

Hk snow cafe

$ • Asian Fusion • Asian • Korean
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Location and hours

1354 Main St, Winnipeg, MB R2W 3T8
Sunday
01:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday
Friday
03:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.
Saturday
01:00 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.

1354 Main St, Winnipeg, MB R2W 3T8 • More info


  • Filipino Breakfast (Silogs)

    • Ulam Combo (2)

      Pick 2 ulam from our breakfast silog (except Manok ni Mario) please indicate on your order which ulam(dish) to get. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $14.49
    • Manok ni Mario

      Glazed chicken served with our specialty sauce. Garlic rice included. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $11.25
    • Slice Longanisa Silog

      Our very own longanisa serve with garlic rice and eggs. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $9.50
    • Kiksilog

      A sausage like dish that has a Chinese origin. Serve with garlic rice and eggs. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $9.25
    • Tapsilog

      Tapa tapa is a Filipino dish made of thinly sliced beef. Served with garlic rice and 2 fried eggs. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $9.25
    • Patasilog

      Crispy pata- is a Filipino dish consisting of deep fried pig trotters or knuckles. Served with a soy-vinegar dip, garlic rice, and fried eggs. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $9.25
    • Menusilog

      Menudo is a traditional stew from the Philippines made with pork and sliced liver in tomato sauce with carrots and potatoes. Served with garlic rice and 2 fried eggs. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $9.25
    • On Side Slice Longanisa

      Longganisa are smoked sausages, typically made with varying ratios of lean meat and fat, along with garlic, black pepper, salt (usually coarse sea salt), saltpeter, muscovado or brown sugar, and vinegar. Typical Filipino breakfast is usually eggs, sunny side up; fried rice and any or all of the favorite Filipino breakfast staples: tocino or sweetened pork strips; tapa, a kind of beef jerky or tuyo, and dried salted fish.
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      $7.00
  • Food Menu

    • Longga Fle (Waffle Sandwich)

      Waffle sandwich with longanisa, pouch egg, pesto sauce, and our specialty sauce.
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      $12.95
    • Taiyaki

      It is a Japanese fish shaped cake more like a waffle with filling. Choice of ube (purple yam) and Nutella flavor.
      $6.50
    • Cheesy Waffle Trio (3 pcs)

      Waffle with sausage and cheese inside.
      $6.50
    • HK Chicken Fries

      Chicken French fries served with home made buffalo or sweet and sour sauce.
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      $6.45
    • Pinatubo Jamaican Patty

      A pastry that contains various fillings and spices baked inside a flaky shell, often tinted golden yellow with an egg yolk mixture . It is made like a turnover, but is more savoury and filled with meat.
      $5.15
    • Hurricaine Popcorn

      Hawaiian popcorn snack, full of crunchy arare (Japanese rice crackers) and furikake (Japanese seaweed seasoning). it's crunchy, crispy, buttery, nutty, and so addictive that you could polish off a batch by yourself.
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      $5.15
  • Sides

    • Fried Tofu (Tokwa)

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      $1.95
    • Veggie Lumpia (2 pcs)

      Vegetable spring roll.
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      $1.95
  • Cold Beverages

    • Mango Juice

      $5.15
    • Passion Fruit Juice

      $5.15
    • Calamansi Juice

      $5.15
  • Hot Beverages

    • Barako Coffee Drip

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      $5.20
  • Snow Desserts (Bingsu)

    • Mangolicious

      With real mango toppings.
      $16.85
    • Halo Halo

      Filipino cold dessert which is a concoction of snow (shaved ice), evaporated milk and various ingredients including, among others, ube, sweetened beans, coconut strips, sago, gulaman (seaweed gelatin), pinipig rice, boiled root crops in cubes, fruit slices, and flan topped with a scoop of ice cream.
      $16.85
    • Chocoloco Loco

      Made with chocolate syrup and malt powder topped with tuxedo cake and chocolate ice cream.
      $16.85
    • Saging con Hielo

      Saging (banana) with tapioca, brown sugar, and milk syrup.
      $11.75
    • Maiz con Hielo

      With whole cream and whole maiz (corn) toppings.
      $11.75
    • White Out

      Plain snow shaved ice with milk powder and milk syrup.
      $9.10
  • Cakes and Pastries

    • Mango Cheesecake

      Your favourite cheesecake loaded with real mango fruit and syrup.
      $9.00
  • Goto (beef congee)

    • Goto plain

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      $3.50
    • Goto with Laman

      The actual translation of "goto" is "tripe," referring to the meat used to flavor it, ox tripe. The meticulous cleaning and preparation of ox tripe, a honeycomb textured part of the beef found in the stomach, is what truly makes this variation special. Because of the meat of choice, goto is often known as the beef lugaw.
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      $9.25