the morning crowd at the restaurant
They served dim sum from 7 am till 4 pm everyday. Although the dim sum is pork free, they still taste as yummy as those that are not. The ingredients are fresh and best eaten when still hot. One thing that stands out among the sea of dim sum is their ‘polo pau’. This is the real stuff compared with all the imitation sold at our local bakeries. One bite will makes you want for more. Other than dim sum, they also served typical Hong Kong tea house favorite like thick toast, fried rice, noodles, porridge, baked rice and lots more. The drinks are those typical stuff you can find at the local Hong Kong tea house like ‘ying yang’, ‘milk tea’, almond tea etc etc.
a must have at all dim sum restaurant, 'har kau' - succulent fresh prawn wrap in thin skin
typical Hong Kong style egg tart - crispy layered pastry with smooth egg custard
the original style 'polo pau' - crispy buttered skin filled with pineapple custard
siew mai - chicken meat with chinese mushroom, best eaten with sweet chilli sauce
fried dumpling - fresh prawn dumpling fried to perfection with tangy mayo sauce
fried meat balls in special sauce - tender chicken meat in sweet and sour sauce
fried rice with seafood in XO sauce - lots of seafood with fragrant XO sauce, a favorite
Hong Kong style fried beehoon - fried with curry powder and seafood
'ying yang' - combination of tea and coffee, can have it hot or cold, a favorite in Hong Kong
I can’t review all of the food here since I only have a small stomach but I’ll be constantly updating the food once I got the chance to do so. So if you want a taste of Hong Kong, don’t have to fly all the way there, Causeway Bay is the answer for all your cravings.