Hong Kong - Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island - Typical Cha Chaan Teng 【香港食】 香港岛之湾仔 - 新嘉美茶餐厅

Hong Kong Part 2 - 新嘉美茶餐厅 (San Ka Mei Cha Chaan Teng), 湾仔 (Wan Chai), Hong Kong Island (香港岛)

Remember the first night when we reaches Hong Kong, we were starving to search for our first meal after checking in. Being the youngest among them, I referred to the hotel attendant and walked to the nearest PLACE FOR MEAL!!

Randomly walked in to the Cha Chaan Teng and luckily waiter was nice to us and introduced us some dishes. Mixed feeling before the dishes served and all of them turned out to be tasty! :) Fast service as well.


- Typical Cha Chaan Teng setting -

We, Malaysian have Kopitiam while Hongkees have their Cha Chaan Teng.


- The Price and Location -

Most of the pricing for Cha Chaan Teng are just similar. However, some how eating at the local restaurant are much cheaper than in Cha Chaan Teng. And no wonder my colleague said so.

As a prove, I actually paid HKD300 for 10 sets of breads and Milky Tea once, while HKD280 - HKD300 for Dim Sum breakfast which we had like no one cares! Do the math and compared!!


- Typical Milky Tea 奶茶 (Nai Cha) -

The following will the Cantonese dishes we had. :)

Simple dinner yet tasty one.


- Omelet with Prawns -


- Brinjal with Salted Fish -


- 骨佬肉 Gu Lou Yuk -

Simple and satisfied dinner on the first night. At least we had a good meal after the tiring flight. :) By the way, ready made breads are selling during the night to serve customers as well!

The next day and days after in HK would be better and bigger belly to stuff in those scrumptious local famous delicacies! Nom Nom Nom Nomivor!

Location :
湾仔摩利圣山道(Morrison Hill) 26-28号地下(南洋酒店对面)

Contact No. :
2892 1021


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12 comments:

  1. food looks good but portion like a bit small

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    1. Neh~ It looks, but actually the portion quite okay!

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  2. very nice.. I also like the sweet and sour pork..
    do you notice that their pork is tastier over here?

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    1. :/ Pork taste okay, but I think u meant the cooking style right? haha

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  3. The very interesting and commonly found char chan teng. Love the HK milk tea!

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  4. *slurp* Somehow the milk tea looks extra good

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  5. Yummy! Feels so hungry after reading your post..

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