Posted March 1, 2015on:
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 didn’t arrive very late but already it was full house and there was a long queue.
It’s packed with tourists too, with many different groups and individuals having to share cramped tables as well.
I think it was worth all that trouble though – the beef brisket was really tender and the broth was rich with flavour.
And somehow, the whole dish was a lot more delicate than the usual beef brisket noodles back home.
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Central, Hong Kong