We just arrived in Hong Kong for the Holy Week holidays. Over the next few days I’ll be posting the restaurants where we usually eat at. From the really cheap to the average. Nothing over the top like my trip
last February. I hope it will you some ideas next time you go to Hong Kong. All of these restaurants are in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.
Coming from Nathan road walk to Peking road and Lock Road is the first street on your right. It’s right behind iSquare
This is a small hole in the wall with small orders and a fabulous range of hot and cold Chinese desserts.
There is limited space so you might have to share a table or wait for a few minutes.
This is a special dish only on the Chinese menu. Adding peaches to fried rice is quite unusual. I don’t get what it adds to the dish. It wasn’t offensive though. This is very, very good. For HK$45 the fried rice comes with a choice of dessert. We chose the hot sesame soup.
pork and peaches fried rice
hot sesame soup
The sweet and sour pork ribs is the house specialty. It comes with a choice of vegetable rice, plain rice, 18 grain rice or noodle soup. It’s a small dish but it’s enough for a bowl of rice or noodles because the sauce is so good. The pork is so soft and tasty. The sauce is soy sauce based with black vinegar.
sweet & sour meat chop w/ noodle soup HK$33
total bill of HK$79 for 3
Hang Fa Lau Dessert (closed)
9A Lock Road
Tsim Sha Tsui