This is one of the many chains of steamboat in China which is very popular but affordable at the same time. Tried it sometime late last year and it was really good. Didn’t snap pics of simple stuff like potatoes and radishes. Think you can figure it out. ;P Check it out.
Rating: 5/5. Service is not bad and food is good.
Taste: Really tasty!
Price: See last pic.
RTE: Most likely… when I have company. you can’t do streamboat alone! 🙂
Location: 福田区八卦一路工业区. Tell the cab driver Xiao Fei Yang, they will know what to look out for.
Ok this place was recommended by the taxi driver who was driving myself and my friend when we were going to the other beef brisket place. So I took a short walk from my hotel, Charterhouse and reached the place in less than 10 mins. The place is tucked in a little alley from the busy roads of Wan Chai. Went in and was warmly greeted by one of the middle age lady waitress. She sat me down in front of the TV and I really love the place. Clean, bright and aircon is very strong. Love it. Check out the pics below:
Rating: A definite 5/5!
Taste: I have never tasted anything so good. This will definitely be one of my favourites if I’m in Wan Chai again.
Portion: Average. Just right to make you leave with your mind planning for the next trip back there!
RTE: Put it this way, I AM planning my next trip back there… ;P
I was in Hong Kong recently and noticed this little eatery near the hotel I was staying with crowds almost every time when I walk pass. So I decided to check out what the heck they are selling. Basically they have different types of noodles, with a basic clear broth, then you can choose to make it 麻辣, 酸辣 or 煳辣 (Ma La Spicy, Sourish Spicy or Peppery Spicy) then you choose your ingredients from the beef/pork/fish balls to bean skins, black fungus, mushrooms, vegetables, meat, etc. The broth looks plain at first but the taste is really good! Check it out:
Taste: Very nice and tasty. But spicy. Becareful.
Portion: Above average.
Price: Total HKD$56.
RTE: Yes I would but if I’m there I rather save my stomach for the beef brisket nearby.
A super old friend of mine from school days brought me to this place for dinner/supper after catching up in Hong Kong recently. According to him, he loves the beef brisket there and would try to patronize the place whenever he’s back in HK. Thanks to him if not I will never know of this place.
Rating: 4.5/5. Would be a perfect 5 if it’s not as pricey.
Taste: Pretty awesome I must say. The broth is really the essence of dunno how many cows!
Portion: Slightly above average servings.
Price: Bill came up to around HKD$140. Quite alright for those who believe in paying higher prices for good food. But I found another place which apparently is better than this place for much lesser price. Will review it later. 🙂
RTE: Maybe. It’s good but the other place is better to my taste.
At the same food centre as the Penang Char Kway Teow, on the same row, there’s this famous Kambing Soup stall with the green signboard. One of the best in Singapore I must say. Reasons stated below:
Taste:No strong mutton smell which most women cannot take it. The soup is thick and full of flavour. Love it!
Portion: Quite a big bowl with loads of mutton cubes! Not bad for its price. But the bread is $1.00… not very cheap… so next time bring your own french loaf, buy the soup, sit somewhere further and then start dipping! haha…
Price:$4.00 + $1.00 for the bread
RTE:Yes but not too often cos not good for health. 🙁
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