Friday, March 29, 2013

Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room 湾仔香港奶茶店 @ Lot One

Located at basement of Lot One. Semi self-servicing joint, where one orders and pays at the counter, and get the drinks first. The food will be served to your table.

view from our table

For drinks, we had 'Black Cow' (root beer float), chin chow and soya milk (仙草豆浆) and chinese tea (tea bag in hot water). Drink prices ranged from $1.30+ to $3+.

Root beer float
chin chow in soya milk

The food orders came in their own timings. The interval between could be anything from 5 minutes to 20 minutes apart, although the orders were placed together at the same time. The aunty waitress who brought us our orders was quite sullen that night and she'd dumped the food quite grouchily on the table.

steamed rice with chinese sausages and mushroom 腊味香滑鸡饭 (@$6.50+)
loaded with dry chicken breast, two slices of sausage and one piece of mushroom
 dumpling noodles 鲜虾水饺面 (@$5.80+)
plump looking dumplings
Signature fried rice 湾仔招牌炒饭 (@$6.80+)
Cheese baked chicken rice (@$8.50+)
beef brisket noodle 牛腩面 (@$7+)
closer view of thin yellow noodles
deep fried pork ribs in orange sauce 酥炸香橙骨 (@$8.50+)

Alot of the dishes that we ordered, were disappointing. Chicken breast was too dry, and hardly fragrant, the deep fried pork ribs were too hard and tough (tasty sauce though), and if their Signature fried rice looked like that, well...

Spent a total of about $54.


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