It is called a claypot rice, it will be burned to yellow at the bottom of the pot, is served with salty dishes such as Chinese sausage, beef, braised pork meat… Rice is cooked in a claypot on coal stove, when eaten pour a little bit of soy sauce mixes with meat gravy. You can order anything, but definitely you can not forget to order a part of Chinese sausage to eat together, so delicious make you want to tears. After finishing this excellent meal, you will understand the hearts of those who reward 1 Michelin star for this restaurant.
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Kwan Kee Claypot Rice
Address: Shop No 1, G/F, 263 Queen’s Road West, Sai Wan, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852 2803 7209
Hours: 11:00 am – 12:30 am. Sun: 6:00 pm – 12:30 am
Price: range HK$71-300
Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles
We remember there was a time the Egg Waffles (sometimes we referred to as egg puffs, or eggettes or bubble waffles) is super hot, anyone also want to check-in with Egg Waffles, but no matter what, when visiting the homeland of this cake and tasting it, still delicious and the best (like Pho, although eating in 5 continents is still not as delicious as in Vietnam). Back to the Egg Waffles, the most famous shop in Hong Kong is Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles, the cake here is thick but smooth, eating very well and especially the smell of fragrant eggs. We probably do not need to say much, just go to the shop and look at photos of actors, actresses, celebrities, famous persons shooting when coming here to buy Egg Waffles and you know how famous it is.
Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles
Address: No.178 Nathan Road. Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China
Phone: +852 2590 9726
Hours: Monday to Saturday from 11am, Sunday from 12:30pm.
Getting there: North Point MTR – B3 Exit
King of Coconut
In addition to Hong Kong bubble milk tea, the coconut smoothie at King of Coconut is also a drink that you have not tried, you should not going home, especially those who love the fat drinks. Listening to the restaurant seems on a large scale but actually just a small stall (noticing that some famous shops in Hong Kong have very similar style in Vietnam, small and small but it has very delicious food). At first, the name of the shop is that it sells coconuts and all kind of drinks made from coconut, fresh coconut, coconut milk, etc.
Drinks here are very fresh, coconut water is not store in the refrigerator for customers, but anyone who orders the owner will chop off to drink right on the spot. Especially the coconut smoothie drink is extremely delicious, the coconut milk is ground with cream, milk …, very fragrant and delicious. This dish is quite sweet, so if anyone can’t drink, remember talk to the owner reduce the sweet taste. The price here is a bit expensive, about $3 / big bottle, but don’t regret a few coins but miss this delicious food, really worth a try, swear !!!
King of Coconut
Address: G/F, Dundas Square, 43H Dundas Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong
Hours: 1:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Price range: $3/big bottle
Getting there: Yau Ma Tei MTR – A2 Exit. Near Ladies Street, opposite Starbucks
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