Name (English): Wing Kee
Name (Chinese): 榮記茶餐室
Category: Food & Beverages
Phone Number: +852 23289232
Address (English): Shop A & B, G/F, 12 Yuk Wah Crescent, Tsz Wan Shan, Kowloon
Address (Chinese): 慈雲山毓華里12號地下A-B舖
Address Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/qNsc7AXNpJwFpdsE8
Address Longitude and latitude: 22.34673, 114.20138
Nearest MTR Station: Diamond Hill Station Exit A1
Nearest MTR Station Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/kpy7e2y3DUPKwuaZ6
Nearest MTR Station longitude and latitude: 22.34118, 114.20087
How far from the nearest MTR Station: 15 mins walk from Causeway Bay MTR Exit A1
MON 06:30 – 21:30
TUE 06:30 – 21:30
WED 06:30 – 21:30
THU 06:30 – 21:30
FRI 06:30 – 21:30
SAT 06:30 – 21:30
SUN 06:30 – 17:00
Public Holiday 06:30 – 17:00
Budget (per person): HKD50-100
Recommended Food/Drinks: Satay Beef Claypot Noodles, Flaming Rose Fatty Beef Claypot Rice, Cheese Claypot Rice, Golden Oyster & Dried Shrimp Claypot Rice
Recommended Time to Visit: Any opening hours
Accessibility Note: Easy access
Dim Sum, Wonton, Char Siu, this and that- You always get these answers when it comes to best food to eat in Hong Kong. Don’t get me wrong, I’d very much give you the same list as a friend with my 100% honesty and enthusiasm. It’s is just that I’m mad at myself for not thinking of the good old fashioned satay beef noodles. Yes, it’s that everyday comfort food that stays out of mind but deep in the soul. So now, let’s talk about it.
Tender beef slices soaked in rich satay sauce on instant noodles has rooted deep in our Hong Kong memories of taste. While you can find it at literally every single restaurant at any time, there is this Cha Chaan Teng that takes it to a whole new level: Claypot beef rump slices in ultimate satay sauce.
Located in Tsz Wan Shan, a rather off the beaten neighborhood in Wong Tai Sin, Wing Kee still manages to attract fans from near and afar with its killer claypot fascination. Already famous for their traditional claypot rice, the eatery decided to play a big flavorful twist. By collaborating with a credible old school factory, Wing Kee invented their extremely rich satay sauce that has extra peanut flavor and sharp aroma of spices. But that’s not it. Instead of cheap frozen meat that is commonly used in Hong Kong, they adopt quality beef rump slices. The result? The espresso satay beef noodles that shocks the local dining scene. Honestly, it’s a bit heavy, and that’s why it’s worth your walk.
Equally fascinating is the Rose Fatty Beef Slices Claypot Rice. Quality fatty beef slices formed in the shape of a rose on top of rice in a claypot; drizzled with rum and rose wine, and set on fire to glaze before adding in homemade soy sauce. I won’t say anymore about taste. Only imagine or go try it yourself.
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