I get it...only "tourists" visit chain restaurant...you visit the U.S. you don't eat at Chili's, TGIFriday's, etc. and you certainly don't dine at these places when you are traveling...but what if there are local chains...now you are in a conundrum. You can't deny that these chains are part of the fabric of American culture and a popular dining option among local, budget minded diners. That's why I wouldn't blindly avoid the Hong Kong chains. These restaurants are popular and offer a decent value in high priced Hong Kong. There's typically a breakfast combo menu. At noon these restaurants become very packed with Hong Kongers on their lunch break.