21 July 2012


There are many good and cheap food in Hong Kong.  It needs not be high end restaurants.  This Teochew eatery is located in a quiet neighbourhood in Sheung Wan and is always crowded even during weekdays, reservation is a must.

A small eatery with their signature dishes shown along the wall menu

To bring home a bottle of their preserved lemons?

Pickled vegetables and dried bean curd

Started off with Teochew oysters porridge to warm the stomach on a cold night

Their signature braised goose and the gizzards

Succulent prawns with broccoli and celery in XO sauce

Deep fried oyster omelette.  The oysters are fresh and huge and paired well with vinegar chilly sauce

Deep fried sour plum spare ribs  -  pair well with rice

Vegetables claypot

Melt-in-the-mouth stew cabbage with Chinese ham

Deep fried lotus pancakes and prawn balls

Hong Kong style tau-sau

Fruits platter to end the meal

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