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Went here at 2 pm on a Saturday. There was a short queue but still waited for 10 minutes. I wanted the pork chop with tomato over rice but that was already sold out. Ordered the pork chop with egg over rice instead. The pork...More
Visited this spot at about 11.45am on a weekday and it was starting to get really busy. Ordered the tomato rice with pork chop and my friend had the pork chop with egg. The tomato rice came with a generous amount of gravy and the...More
A small family-run local restaurant offers Hong Kong food.
Pork chop rice is best in town. It is thin but marinated perfectly with soya sauce, juicy and tender . Try the pork chop sandwich if you are not a fan of rice.
Vermicelli with beef...More
This place is famous for its pork chop dishes. The pork chops are admittedly tasty, but it's easy to make anything tasty when you over-season it. The pork chops are probably slow-cooked or are marinated for quite a while, though, so I suppose the flavour...More
This cha chaan teng has no decor, it's a simple, authentic and nostalgic restaurant that reminds one of 70s coffeeshop in the movies. I discovered this restaurant by chance when I was walking around to find a place to settle for my lunch.
For a local, cha chaan tan is so much more than milk tea and egg tart. And for every cha chaan tan, they have their own best-kept secret or recipes about a dish to be remembered for this particular cha chaan tan! For Kee's milk...More
This is a great little neighborhood spot which is super affordable (hard to find that in HK) . The food was really yummy and like mom's home cooking. We ordered the pork chop bun and the beef satay sandwich and both were tasty, flavorful and...More
Great coffeeshop style of small restaurant with some classics as the famous pork chop rice. A local friend brought me to this place and I loved it. We arrived slightly before noon and had to share a table. Soon after people were waiting in a...More
Great local place for lunch, but be prepared to wait. It's no secret. Be prepared to sit with strangers as they pack them in. Food is great. Stay with fried rice or simple noodle dishes if you're unsure. If they see a western face, they'll...More
Unlike most of Hong Kong’s other popular districts, Sheung Wan welcomes wanderers with an easy-going, relaxed atmosphere. Art galleries are plentiful and boutique cafés are tucked away in every side street in the sub district known as “PoHo.” Browse through the vintage clothing and handmade leather goods stores – it’s no surprise fashionistas flock to this area. History enthusiasts will be rewarded with sites of
beautiful architecture, reflecting Sheung Wan’s past as one of the earliest settlements by British forces. As night falls, the entertainment scene reveals itself to be just as laid back with its private kitchens, speakeasies and underground bars dotted throughout the area. When in Sheung Wan, everyday feels like the weekend.