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Fans of Danish Bakery

“Places like the Danish Bakery are really special. They’re independent shops and so there’s only one in Causeway. In fact, I think there’s only one in the whole of Hong Kong. My favourite thing here is the double sausage bun.”

“My favourite is the hamburger with cheese.”

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