Hong Kong-Style Cafe Food

“Tsui Wah Restaurant (翠華餐廳) serves Best Hong Kong-style Local Food”

Tsui Wah Restaurant is the most famous local-style cafe in Hong Kong. It’s the Hong Kong Cha Chan Ting (茶餐厅). Tsui Wah has many branches located island wide. We visited the one at Wellington Street, Central, on our own. And, the branch at Causeway Bay with our HK friend.

We were so impressed with this simple-yet-delicious dish, the soft-boned pork meat noodles! Taste of the meat was superb and it was flavoursome. Meat texture was almost creamy as it was so tender where you can even chew the bone. Yes, soft-bone (chuckling)!

Of course, you will, too, impressive with their extensive menu. From HK local delicacies, to world-wide famous food, such as, Singaporean Hainan chicken rice, Italian pasta dishes, and Western meals. And, having a meal here does not need a fortune on your wallet, not to mention that it is located right at the Central district!

I had their famous handmade fish balls with flat rice noodles (Kway Teow). Noodles was soft and silky smooth, and the fish balls were just so fresh. However, the fish balls weren’t springy though, and yes, nothing wrong, it’s just the Hong Kong style. Anyway, I liked its chunky-sized ball!

Don’t miss this soft-boned pork bun, too! It was indeed too nice a bun with flavoursome juicy pork meat in it. Can you imagine the warm bun with slightly crisped outer layer, but cottony soft inside?!

One serving comes with 2 halves of chunky burger. So, you can share it with another person if you are just eating it as tea time/ snack, like us! Yummy…

Of course, iced coffee with tea mixture (冻鸳鸯) has to be one of our drink orders. Hubby’s most love!

As for me, hot drink is always my first choice, especially in cold weather, even if it reaches 25°C temperature. I love the fragrant silken milk tea. Thick and smooth consistency which soothes my throat and warms my body, just a cuppa!

Tsui Wah Restaurant. Try this at G/F 15-19 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong by Central MTR Station, exit C or D2. For any other branches, check it out here: Tsui Wah Branches

Try to avoid lunch and tea time, if you are not prepared to share table with strangers.

Needed much narration, you’ll know what to order here. As for us, we loved these few items!

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