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claypot rice, kwan kee claypot rice
With 18 years of experience and more than 30 choices, Kwan Kee is the master of claypot rice. The restaurant is located between Sheung Wan and Central districts, a neighborhood that is rich in the colors of Old Hong Kong.
a: Shop 1, Wo Yick Mansion, 263 Queen's Road West, Western District, Hong Kong
t: +852 2803 7209
congee, law fu kee congee and noodles specialist
Famous for its smooth and creamy chinese porridge, a popular lunch choice for locals.
a: 50 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2850 6756
a: 144 Queen's road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2543 3881
a: 140 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2541 3080
dai pai dong, tung po
Dapaidong-style Cantonese restaurant brings you the most authentic taste of local delicacies.
a: 2/F Java Road, Municipal Services Building, 99 Java Road, North Point, Hong Kong
t: +852 2880 5224
dim sum, lin heung tea house
Lin Heung Tea House has been around since the 1920s and remains extremely popular for their authentic dim sum and traditional Cantonese flavours. Dim sum service is between 6am and 3.30pm each day when an endless stream of diners flow through Lin Heung's dining hall.
a: 160-164 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2544 4556
dim sum, one harbour road
A split level restaurant resembling an elegant mansion during 1930, with cozy residential décor; definitely tickle anyone’s taste bud with its refined and elegant cuisine from its five-star kitchen.
a: 7-8/f, Grand Hyatt, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
t: +852 2584 7722
dim sum, tim ho wan
One of the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants in the world. Owned by Mak Kwai Pui, ex head dim sum chef at the Four Seasons hotel’s Lung King Heen restaurant, Tim Ho Wan offers high-quality food at reasonable prices.
a: Tim Ho Wan, Podium Level One, Shop 12A, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St., Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2332 3078
hong kong style, man sing restaurant
Being in a competitive restaurant district, Man Sing has certainly surpassed other restaurant from one simple dish- Steamed minced pork. Loved by all ages, this dish is said to be worth the wait by the customers. In addition, the "char siu" fried egg and "Saliva Chicken" are other star dishes of this restaurant.
a: G/F, 16 Wun Sha Street, Tai Hang, Hong Kong
t: +852 2576 7272
hong kong style, sing heung yuen
Serving the simplest tomato-based macaroni, Sing Heung Yuen has made it as Central's all time favourite "Dai Pai Dong". With the macaroni, customers can choose a range of sides such as spam, pork, chicken-wings-and the list goes on. Situated on Mei Lun Street, Sing Heung Yuen can deliver a comforting meal within 10minutes. Best to try the toast drizzled in Honey and Condensed milk.
a: 2 Mei Lun Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2544 8368
hong kong style, the match box
Decked out like your typical cha chaan teng from the 1960s, the kitchen serves up all sorts of local comfort foods, from milk teas to “black cow” ice cream coke floats. Ones of the top picks are the satay beef instant noodles and also the condensed milk pork chop bun.
a: G/F, Highland Mansion, 8 Cleveland Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2868 0363
a: G/F, Sun Wui Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2881 0616
marinated food, hung's delicacies
Hung's Delicacies is most popular amongst locals even before it was honoured by a Michelin star. The Nanhai based owner Lai Wai-Hung has started his culinary journey since 17, and has worked in Yung Kee Restaurant for 18 years before moving to managing more than 10 restaurants at the airport. His marinating skills were passed on by a Chiu Chau Master. Dishes are authentic and lives up to all customers' expectations.
a: Shop 4, G/F, Ngan Fai Building, 84-94 Wharf Road, North Point, Hong Kong
t: +852 2570 1108
a: 3p116-117, Level 3, Sky Plaza, Terminal 2, HK International Airport
t: +852 3197 9331
a: Shop A, EGL Tower, 83 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon
t: +852 3107 4111
noodles, ho hung kee
Founded in 1946, it has won accolades and praise from dining greats for its wonton noodles and congee. They also serve up some delicious stir fried noodles, Chinese vegetables and their ‘house specialty’ steamed chicken.
a: 2 Sharp Street East, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2577 6558
noodles, kau kee restaurant
With over 90 years of history on Gough Street, Kau Kee still never fails to deliver its most popular Beef Brisket Noodles in Clear Broth. What distinguishes Kau Kee from other noodle restaurants is that they only serve Beef Brisket in Clear broth and curry soup.
a: G/F, 21 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2850 5967
noodles, mak an kee noodle
The wonton noodles here are typically thinly-wrapped wontons with a juicy shrimp filling and a rich-tasting flounder-based broth. Its noodles, specially kneaded using a bamboo pole, have a slightly stronger jian shui aftertaste. Its tender and flavourful braised beef brisket, another signature dish of the shop, is also well worth a try.
a: G/F, 37 Wing Kat Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2541 6388
roast duck, yung kee
The legendary roast goose restaurant in Hong Kong and has won international awards including a coveted Michelin Star. It's also renowned for its Century Eggs.
a: 32-40 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong
t: +852 2522 1624
seafood, manor seafood restaurant
Manor Seafood Restaurant is an upscale Chinese restaurant that has been around for many years and is renowned for its late night dining. Its signature dishes include suckling pig and baked almond bun.
a: Shop F-G, 440 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
t: +852 2863 9999
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