Was located at the Junction of Carnarvon and Granville Roads. First appearance on a 1958 photo. The building was demolished before the Taurus Building opened in 1978.
"Kaiser" is the German name for "Emperor", so it was possibly a German restaurant.
Update 2020-02-05: according to the advert from 1958 it's a restaurant with "Famous European, American, French & Russian Cuisine". <Read more ...>
Looking down onto Granville Road. <Read more ...>
From the 1901 Map.
On (K) I.L. 539
On the south side of Granville Road, set at a 45 degree angle to it. <Read more ...>
From the 1901 Map
A series of buildings on (K)I.L. No.'s 542, 543, 544, 545 and possibly 541. The main building is a large terraced building facing Granville Road, with smaller buildings facing Nathan Road and Kimberly Road. <Read more ...>
From 1901 Map. On (K) I.L. 546
A row of buildings on the south side of Granville Road between Nathan and Cameron Roads
The map shows 16 units, 8 facing north towards Granville Road, 8 facing south <Read more ...>
Signboards from this era. Kaiser Restaurant at top left and the Asia Supermarket at the junction with Shun Yee Street. <Read more ...>
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