It was the final night for us in Hong Kong, and I am trying to do some last minute shopping at Harbour City. Too bad, I don’t know why I just don’t have the mood to shop. Hence, we took a cab (I am addicted to taking cab at Hong Kong already), and head straight to Yau Ma Tei.
Walk around and luckily, Arthur Street is a short one and we found it easily. Well, with such queue, it’s not easy to miss eh?
Thanks god, just less than 15 minutes of queuing up, it’s our turn! Dining with 2 is so much easier than coming with a huge group of friends.
As I did some research before coming here, I already know what I wanted to order – Duck Egg Fried Oyster (鴨蛋蠔餅). Too bad, it’s just so so. In my opinion, too much flour are being used hence I can only taste the plain flour and not the duck egg. 4.0/10
Boiled Pak Choy came with an unappetizing look due to it’s not green enough, but still taste OK nevertheless. 5.5/10
The claypot rice here is very much different from what are being offered in Malaysia. You will have to add the soy sauce yourself when it served.
Pop in an egg, drizzle (or flood it) some soy sauce , close the cap and wait for a while.
Then stir it evenly, and ta~~da~~~ the claypot rice is ready. Too bad, although with the long queue, and many had sang praise for the claypot rice here, I just find that it’s bad. It’s actually quite tasteless as I need to add in more soy sauce to make it eatable.
I actually forgotten what type of meat I ordered for this, but there’s a huge selection from beef to pork to chicken that you can choose from. 5.0/10
Oh ya, they only served hot tea here, but you can bring in your own drinks if you wish to.
PS: Nearby the shop (it’s on the right if you facing the shop) there’s a small stall selling super ultra awesome beef intestine mix. If you are a intestine lover, head over it. I do need to queue up for it for awhile until my turn, and that bowl of beef intestine mix, is the single best food, and also the only food I missed after I back from Hong Kong. I am so gonna stay at Hong Kong for an extra night for my next trip to China, just so that I can enjoy it once again! And yes, it’s THAT good! Too bad, no pictures for it 😦
Total Cost: HKD57 for 2 person
Operating Hours: 6pm to 12am
Location: No46-58, Arthur Street, Yau Ma Tei