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Joy Hing Roasted Meat - char siew roast duck 2
  Joy Hing Roasted Meat is a famous 烧腊 (shāo là) stall in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. They are well known for their barbecued pork (or char siew 叉烧 chā shāo), roast duck (烧鸭 shāo yā) and their soy sauce chicken (豉油鸡 chǐ yóu jī). Well, we did our research – according to OpenRice reviews […]

Joy Hing Roasted Meat 再興燒臘飯店








For Kee Pork Chop
Hong Kong is famous for its pork chop. There are fanatical pork chop stalls that specialize in this delicious and sinful meat dish. As someone from Singapore I was quite astounded by this, and delightful at the same time. I love meat and pork chop or pork cutlet in particular. […]

For Kee 科記咖啡餐室 – Pork Chop





Kau Kee Beef Brisket Noodles
  When we were doing our research on delicious food in Hong Kong, we came across Kau Kee’s beef brisket noodles. I can’t say I’m a big fan of beef brisket, but the reviews on OpenRice were nuts. Kau Kee is somewhere between 60 to 90 years old, and the current owner Mr […]

Kau Kee 九記牛腩 – Beef Brisket Noodles



Mak An Kee wanton noodles
Noodle Wars Which is the best noodles in Hong Kong? Reading about the different ‘Mak’s’ noodle shops in Hong Kong seems a bit like a soap opera. First we have the original Mak’s Noodles along Wellington St opened by the founder Mak Woon-chi and now run by his second son. […]

Mak An Kee Noodles 麥奀記 (忠記) 麵家




Yat Lok Roast Goose
  After exhaustive research on the Hong Kong roast goose scene, I have come up with a list of four top roast goose eateries to try. Yat Lok Roast Goose makes it into the top four with a large local and international following. The others are Joy Hing, Kam’s Roast […]

Yat Lok Roast Goose 一樂燒鵝


Tai Cheong Egg Tarts
  Tai Cheong Bakery sells one of the best egg tarts in Hong Kong. There is a fantastic balance of the crispy pastry together with the soft egg custard that crumbles oh so deliciously in your mouth. They open till late and you have to do some serious climbing to […]

Tai Cheong Bakery 泰昌餅家



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