Posts from category 'Food'
This time, the cantonese name is easier to remember: yu dan ho (pmp). Usually served in cha chan tans, rice noodles in soup with fish balls is a nice meal everyone can eat. Optionally, you can add vinegar and/or chili sauce on it. Two shapes of fish balls can be seen: real balls or triangles […]
Another good food you can order in cha chan tans is lai yao chu tsai bao (pmp), ie crispy buns with butter and milk. This good snack is served at Tsui Wah, famous restaurant located both in Central (just next to Lan Kwai Fong) and Causeway Bay. Not sure whether it’s a typical Hong Kong […]
Another one of my favorite meals in cha chan tans: beef with fried rice noodles, which you may order by trying to pronounce “gong tsao ao ho” (pmp). Very fat meal (lots of oil in it).. so very good meal! The presentation may differ depending on the cha chan tans, but usually it looks like […]
Cha chan tan are small restaurants usually opened all day long (sometimes 24h a day) where you can find good food for cheap prices. One of my favorite meals in cha chan tans is Gu Lo Yuk (pmp) ie sweet and sour pork. Depending on restaurants, they may serve pork meatballs or pork ribs, the […]« go back