After our sight seeing with the antiques and culture at Hollywood Road, we went for afternoon tea at Tsui Wah Restaurant which is commonly known as the must visit restaurant in Hong Kong.
- 翠華餐廳 (Tsui Wah Restaurant) -
"Located in the epicenter of Central, this branch of Tsui Wah Restaurant is catered for all aspects of Hong Kong. It was established since 1967, and has developed from a simple and limited menu to a full ranged one. This "Cha Chaan Teng" is opened 24 hours, serving busy office workers to post-LKF party goers at every hour. The combination of fast, causal and full flavoured restaurant is a must-try for ones who haven't been." - Open Rice
- Hi Tea Set -
Those recommended meal for afternoon tea, ala HK style! Choose one from the menu and complimentary Milky Tea served as well.
- 至朝鱼蛋片头河 · HKD$37 (Fish Balls and Fish Cakes with Rice Noodles in Fish Soup) *Signature* -
Smells good when the fish noodle served. The fish soup flavour just caught my tongue after i had a sip from my uncle's bowl of noodle. Gosh, It tasted real good with all the fishy extracts! (lol)
- Polo Bun (Pineapple Bun) *Signature* -
Namely pineapple bun, but without the pineapple. Hahaha :D I always wonder about the name. The Polo Bun served by Tsui Wah is HUGE! Almost the size of a human face, the butter on the outer layer of the bun was crunchy when I had it. But first, we must put the cold butter in it and the taste of the whole bun will be complete just like the below!
- Polo Bun -
- HK Style Milky Tea -
With Tsui Wah recognised cup design. I heard about the term "奶茶" from HK movie. And yea... I think I had milky tea almost everyday during Hong Kong trip and each restaurant I went served quite a good tea, just like the tea made by my parent.
It is not necessary to visit Tsui Wah Restaurant at Central Branch, the restaurant can widely found any where in Hong Kong.
So... I told you I had quite a feast during my Hong Kong especially with the parents and relatives. :) Looking forward to share more about the food I had!
G-2/F, 15-19 Wellington Street, Central
+852 2525 6338