Hongkong Food Guide: “Must-Eats”!

25th Aug 2014
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HONG KONG is Undeniably a Food Paradise! Egg Tarts, Roast Goose, Pigeon, Scrambled Egg, Dim Sum, Steamed Milk Pudding etc. Picking out those that I feel its worth sharing. 

47-49 Parkes Street Jordan (near Jordan MTR - EXIT C2)
Tel: (852) 2730 1356
Opening Hours: Daily 730am to 11pm 

G/F, 77 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong.
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun 11am – 10pm 

Tsim Chai Kee 沾仔记 -
98 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong
Opening Hr: Daily 8am to 10pm

1/F - 4/F
16 Argyle St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Websitte: http://www.littlesheep.com/ 

Lin Heung Tea House 蓮香樓 -
160-164 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong (Sheung Wan MTR Exit E2)
Opening Hours: 6am – 11pm 
Quick Guide:
1. Free sitting - grab any available seats and be prepared to share table and  split up if you are there in a big group. If you are lucky enough, get one near the exit of the kitchen
2. Dim Sum aunties will come out pushing trolleys of food. Popular items such as Char Siew Bao, Siew Mai, Glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leave is like a competition of fastest first. So be quick!
*in general, the aunties were really nice to me and my other gf. lucky us!*
3. You will be given one food card. Each time you grab something from the trolley, the auntie will need to give you a stamp. Please bring that along to the stations if you want to avoid any scolding.

U-banquet 譽宴 -
Add: 5/F, Lee Theatre Plaza, 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Website: http://www.u-banquet.com/ 

Yee Shun Milk Company 義順牛奶公司 -
Add: G/F, 506 Lockhard Road, Causeway Bay 
(Near Causeway Bay MTR Exit C) 

香港鏞記酒家 Yung Kee Restaurant- 
32-40 Wellington Street, Central (Nearest MTR: Central)
Daily: 11am – 11pm
Website: http://www.yungkee.com.hk/ 

Tsui Wah Restaurant 翠華餐廳 -
Add: 15 Wellington St, Central, Hong Kong
Website: http://www.tsuiwah.com/ 
If you are a fan of steamed milk pudding and scrambled egg, you shouldn't even leave HK without coming here! This place is legendary. Although the queue is pretty lone, the pace is quick as well. They could clear 40-50 people in half an hour.
A small bowl will cost you approximately SGD6 with 3 wontons hidden below. I won't really recommend this in view that the soup has alot of MSG which leaves me drowning water for the rest of the afternoon. Noodles however is really springy QQ and they are generous with their wonton fillings - stuffed with full size prawn and lots of meat!
Wonton mee is one of Des's favourite food and I was being dragged to try out both Mak and Tsim Chai Kee despite feeling full from a heavy dimsum breakfast. The soup had a great balance of pork and seafood with just a hint of sweetness and is not as salty as Mak's. They too, are very generous with the Wonton filling and cost approximately SGD4 which i thought was more reasonable.
Dimsum here is cheap and good. Definitely worth the visit!!
If you wanna find somewhere comfortable and clean, this is where you should visit. Food wise, I believe you could find equally good ones elsewhere.
Their 2 signature dishes (Steam Milk and Steam Milk with Ginger Juice) are really just average when compared to Australian Dairy Co IMO
Beef Hor Fun which i thought was light and done perfectly how I love it. The beef is tender and not overcooked. Pi Dan - according to my frens, this is the only restaurant that could achieve a runny egg yolk. Not a Pi Dan lover and can't comment much. Roasted Goose - much more meatier and succulent than a roast duck. Highlight would be the crispy goose skin and the thin layer of fat that comes along with it. However, its too oily for my liking.
Famous Crispy Bun with Condensed Milk. - MUST TRY!!