Wong Kee Restaurant @ Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

While I and LY are walking around from our hotel, I accidentally saw this. Is this not some place where in Hong Kong drama, where they will come here and to have some nice food and drink?!

Hence, since both of us haven’t have our dinner yet, we head straight to it!

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The menu is full of dishes, and I totally don’t know what to order. Everything is ordered based by instinct. And luckily, no waiter stand besides us, using his mind force to push us to order ASAP. I slowly read around the menu, but still I am being overwhelmed on what to order.

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The only thing I know to order is beer……

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Claypot seafood, which taste not bad. 6.5/10

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I forget the exact name of this dish, but it’s mantis prawns with salt or something, and it taste awesome! Although the mantis prawns are being deep fried, but the meat is still juicy and taste great! 8.2/10

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The deep fried chicken wing taste solid too. 7.0/10

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Oh ya, this is certainly one of the few place where it’s pack, and yet we are not rushed by the waiter. I and LY can slowly chat and drink, and enjoying our food at the same time.

When we found that we had sat for too long, and decided to take away some of the unfinished food, the waiter even tell us to slowly eat and don’t rush. It was like a culture shock for me as in almost every places I dine in, I always felt that I am being rushed in everything.

Total Damage: Should be around 250HKD

Operating Hours: 6pm to 12am

Location: Tang Lung street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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One thought on “Wong Kee Restaurant @ Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

  1. Once you get over the bamboo serving trays (that seemed to have survived the handover with crumbs from that era stuck in between), it was surprisingly good food.

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