Hong Kong Tea Restaurant

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  • Topic: Tea, Hong Kong-style milk tea, Tea culture
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1Introduction4
2Tea Restaurant Culture4
2.1History4
2.2Culture Characteristic:4
2.2.1Food Culture4
2.2.2 Efficiency5
2.2.3Reasonable Price5
2.2.4Allocation of seats5
2.3Operation5
2.4Tea Restaurant service6
2.4.1The Rundown7
2.5Tea Restaurant Design7
2.6Food8
2.7 Recipes8
2.7.1Recipe - Chau Siu (Barbecued Pork)8
2.7.1.a Ingredients:8
2.7.1.b Method:9
2.7.2Recipe - Chinese Congee10
2.7.2.a Ingredients:10
2.7.2.b Method:10
2.7.3Recipe - Egg Tarts (wildcat, 2003)10
2.7.3.a Ingredients10
2.7.3.b Method11
3Promotion plans with using Information Technology11
3.1 IT Promotion 1 - Video11
3.1.1Preface11
3.1.2Detail12
3.1.3Impact of using video15
3.1.4Recommendations of the tea restaurant16
3.2 IT Promotion 2 - Game17
3.2.1Preface17
3.2.2Detail18
3.2.3Impact of using games22
3.3 IT Promotion 3 - Automated Robot22
3.3.1Preface22
3.3.2Detail22
3.3.3Impact of using automated robot24
4Conclusion24
5Reflective articles by group members25
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6Website link from wix29
7Reference29

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Introduction
Tea Restaurant, also called Cha Chaan Teng (the Mandarin translation), is one of the unique Hong Kong culture. It is said that tea restaurant is a Hong Kong "public canteens". Someone says, "It looks like a shrine in Hong Kong." As it is the most grass-roots and local eateries, Hong Kong people loves the tea restaurants deeply for so many years. Every day, almost half of Hong Kong people go out to tea restaurant which is a part of their daily activities. It is a place that consists of humanity, the speed, and convenience. * Tea Restaurant Culture

* History
Before the Second World War, Hong Kong only had high level restaurants. The prices of food were too high that some people cannot afford to pay and only provide Western food.

After the Second World War, Hong Kong is affected by Western style so that Icehouse was built up. The rise of the icehouses has to provide cheap imitation of Western-style food that provided food in a lower price. The main menu contained coffee, milk tea, red bean ice drink with sandwiches, butter toast. Later, the icehouses increased the types of food and mixed with the western restaurants and dining rooms. The result of mixture is now called Cha Chaan Teng. It provides traditional Chinese food and food in Europe and America. Furthermore, it provides many kinds of food and drinks that suits the customers' needs. (Wikipedia, 2011)

* Culture Characteristic:
In Hong Kong, Cha Chaan Teng is all over the districts, some of them are operated in uncertain hours, and usually from 6:00 am to 1:00 am, especially Mong Kok Cha Chaan Tengs are more likely to open all night.

Cha Chaan Teng is an authentic restaurant in Hong Kong. The main customers are the general public. Its main features include:

* Food Culture:
Cha Chaan Teng supplies Chinese and Western food, which contains many Hong Kong's unique styles such as pineapple bread and egg tarts. These featured food often out of the customer’s order casually and others to follow developed out that shows in Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng culture of tolerance degree. A small Cha Chaan Teng menu often dozens of food, wide selection, customers can mix and match to...
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