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I was excited to eat at Hawker Chan since i never got to eat at Hawker Chan in the Philippines.
When we got to Hawker Chan around 3pm there was no line and there are just around 3 tables occupied.
Service was fast but thats...More
I was curious about the hype of this place so called in for lunch. It is a fast food place with a limited menu - no issue with that. The pork rib I ordered was an okay portion size but tough and served almost cold...More
The reason I gave 3stars not 5stars is the noodles and meat are great but it’s a pity staff has no customer service skill otherwise we could have ordered more as we heard it was quite famous. If you looking for yummy food without customer...More
We went to Taipei 101 to try Hawker Chan famous roast pork & soya chicken. We got the roast pork with noodles & soya chicken with noodles. Overall, the food was ok but not jaw dropping. For a Michelin Starred Resto, i am not impressed...More
We (at least I) couldn't resist queueing for this famous Michelin starred joint. However, the food was disappointing.
The roast pork was meaty and tasty, but the skin (which is the highlight) was not crispy. However, the soya sauce chicken was well done. The char...More
Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken, not exactly at all. If you have tried barbequed pork, soy sauce chicken, roast pork, roast duck … in Hong Kong, Liao Fan’s barbequed meat is not the Hong Kong taste. It is expensive because the portion is extremely small....More