July 15, 2012

Tsui Wah Restaurant, Hong Kong…Crispy bun heaven


This local eat house (Char Chan Teng) was packed with people…always a good indication. Even by Hong Kong’s standards, this place has a very extensive menu, so diverse that you can almost find anything….from Indian curry to Japanese udon noodles, Russian borscht, Malaysian curry, spaghetti with sliced beef, hot dog, or pork sandwich, etc.

Wading through the pages and pages of impressive sounding dishes, we eventually opted for:

Crispy bun served with sweet condensed milk




The savouriness of the butter and the sweetness of the condensed milk combined is sensational. The bun is toasted to a crispty texture as well, which makes it all the more enjoyable.

The Tsui Wah crispy pork chop bun with french fries was amazingly delicious. The lightly toasted butter bread sandwiching a thick juicy pork chop coupled with a portion of gherkins and lettuce generously slapped with butter and mayo. The mere thought of it makes me drool! SO GOOD! The beef brisket was awesome and highly recommended.

Not all the items were memorable, though. The king prawns in xo sauce with tossed noodles was forgettable and the longan and red dates tea was a blend of sweet and bitterness. Let’s just say…it’s not my cup of tea (no pun intended)

Definitely recommended – if you are lucky enough to get a table!! This is the true truth as I say it as it is…


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