One of the dishes I wanted to try in Hong Kong was beef brisket, and one of the names that kept popping up in various blogs and reviews was Kau Kee, so I felt I had to give it a try too.
I can summarise up my visit in 1 line: amazing atmosphere but mediocre food.
Tsim Chai Kee doesn’t even need a review; if you love won ton noodles, just go visit them already!
Wai Kee Congee is a place that my friend CrunchyBottoms told me that I die die had to try if I was going to Hong Kong, and so I did. (She also wrote an infinitely better review than I did)
Lau Sum Kee presents a different take on noodles that we don’t really see in Singapore, which is har zai meen, or prawn roe noodles.
Fu Kee is one of those places known to serve up a nice bowl of porridge that comes with a nicely roasted duck.
High up in the Singapore skyline, JAAN is one of those fine dining restaurants that’s garnered many awards, and also lots of generally good reviews from people who actually like the food there.