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d3n 17-09-2013 10:40 AM

Da Pai Dong you have tried in HK?
 
Hi guys,

Let's share on HK Da Pai Dong... as u know there is very few left now in HK. I managed to try 2 during my trip last week! Previous trip too busy shooting photos never try any.

盛記 Sing Kee - 82 Stanley Street, Central

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勝香園 Sing Heung Yuen - 2 Mei Lun Street, Central

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Food photos will be up shortly after my gf upload them :D

genie47 17-09-2013 10:47 AM

Sing Kee is mentioned in this CNNTravel article. Dying trade in HK.

Hong Kong's best dai pai dong rated by Time Out | CNN Travel

genie47 17-09-2013 10:48 AM

CNN's travel articles for HK are very good. Here is the beef brisket reviews. Quite spot on.

5 best beef briskets in Hong Kong, and possibly the world | CNN Travel

d3n 17-09-2013 11:10 AM

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Originally Posted by genie47 (Post 79596414)
Sing Kee is mentioned in this CNNTravel article. Dying trade in HK.

Hong Kong's best dai pai dong rated by Time Out | CNN Travel

勝香園 Sing Heung Yuen also featured. :)

d3n 17-09-2013 11:11 AM

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Originally Posted by genie47 (Post 79596441)
CNN's travel articles for HK are very good. Here is the beef brisket reviews. Quite spot on.

5 best beef briskets in Hong Kong, and possibly the world | CNN Travel

I tried Kau Kee... its indeed good and right opposite 勝香園 Sing Heung Yuen. :D

can eat your late breakfast at 勝香園 Sing Heung Yuen then hop over to Kau Kee when they open for lunch at 1230pm for lunch :D

kmkwan 17-09-2013 11:34 AM

3 personal recommendations (Kowloon area):-

1. 小菜王 at 深水埗福榮街43號
2. 爱文生 at 深水埗荔枝角道215號
3. 大中華 at 長沙灣福榮街539號地下

genie47 17-09-2013 01:18 PM

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Originally Posted by kmkwan (Post 79597368)
3 personal recommendations (Kowloon area):-

1. 小菜王 at 深水埗福榮街43號
2. 爱文生 at 深水埗荔枝角道215號
3. 大中華 at 長沙灣福榮街539號地下

BOOKMARKED on Google Maps! :D

genie47 17-09-2013 01:40 PM

Now going back to my personal Google Maps. Hong Kong is now littered with so many starred places. :s13:

d3n 17-09-2013 01:44 PM

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Originally Posted by genie47 (Post 79600401)
Now going back to my personal Google Maps. Hong Kong is now littered with so many starred places. :s13:

share share leh :D

genie47 17-09-2013 02:27 PM

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Originally Posted by d3n (Post 79600516)
share share leh :D

Not Dai pai dong lah. All kinds of food places. Got a lot haven't tried before yet.

kmkwan 17-09-2013 02:38 PM

share leh... i also want to see... a lot of eateries i also never been before....

genie47 17-09-2013 03:11 PM

Chopsticks Kee
Shop A1, Khuan Ying Commercial Building, 85-89 Wellington Street, Central
Hong Kong

I tried this. I think the only saving grace is the nostalgia it invokes. They serve the noodles in metal enameled plates. Noodles is so-so.

Tsim Chai Kee Noodle
98 Wellington St
Central
Hong Kong

Highly recommended if you like your wantons the size of golf balls.

Mak's Noodle
77 Wellington St
Hong Kong

I like them for their soup for the wanton meen.

Kung Lee
60 Hollywood Rd
Central
Hong Kong

I come here for sugarcane and herbal drinks when I'm in the area. Wife likes it here too.

Again when I'm in the area these are the two places I visit to horrify my wife eating two bowls each.

Yee Shun Milk Company - Jordan
63 Pilkem St
Hong Kong

Australia Daily Company
47 Parkes St
Hong Kong

Yee Shun for the ginger version. ADC for the yellow version. ADC also for breakfast with the scrambled eggs.

At night is Bo chai faan at Wai Kee 45 Temple St. First time there is in 2009. Later everything changed from 2010 onwards. The stall lost its signage but I remember it is beside a 7-11 and opposite an AV shop. Yes AV shop! Exit Yau Ma Tei C to get to it. Had pai kuat lap cheong bo chai faan and my wife usually asks for the yu lam jok. Lai lew haa and ho jeen also. Usually come very late at night after an outing at Ocean Park.

genie47 17-09-2013 03:14 PM

Wai Kee picture with its signage.

Wai Kee Restaurant @ Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong

genie47 17-09-2013 03:27 PM

Oh yes, like kmkwan, my favorite beer there is Lam Mui AKA Blue Girl

s7460597 17-09-2013 04:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kmkwan (Post 79597368)
3 personal recommendations (Kowloon area):-

1. 小菜王 at 深水埗福榮街43號
2. 爱文生 at 深水埗荔枝角道215號
3. 大中華 at 長沙灣福榮街539號地下

大中華 is good with reasonable prices. Sad couldn't try their pig trotters last visit. Its on almost every table. A little out of the way. Apparently they have a branch in Hung Hom.


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