Hung’s Delicacies has 1 Michelin star and is famous for their marinated goose and other small dishes.
I actually visited at Hung’s last year but stupid me deleted the photos accidentally… so I had an excuse to go alllll the way to North Point to eat at Hung’s again (well.. the delicious food is also an excuse)!
Braised Assorted Vegetables with Red Marinated Tofu Sauce…
marinated duck wings….
marinated squid goose slices and pork belly with tofu…..
marinated tofu….. we ordered an extra plate of tofu because unlike other restaurant, this tofu is so soft and the tofu slices are a lot thicker…
marinated goose slices…..another plate because it was that good…
L: chicken leg tendon with sesame sauce… I never thought I would like chicken tendon but I quite liked the chewy texture… but I like all things marinated with sesame sauce! At first, they didn’t have this, but the boss lady gave us with this dish on the house! I think it wasn’t ready yet because the tendon didn’t taste cold enough….
R: chicken leg tendon with mustard sauce…. We only ordered this cause the sesame sauce version wasn’t available but this turned out to be surprising good! The mustard flavour worked well with the tendon and it was so refreshing cause it was cold!
Chua Lam’s Mix Noodle in Sauce…. The noodles are so fine and chewy and the sauce has lard!!! No wonder this dish was so tasty!!!!
FAIM? OUI OUI!!!!!
Hung’s Delicacies 阿鴻小吃
Shop 4, G/F, Ngan Fai Building, 84-94 Wharf Road, North Point
Tel: (852) 2570 1108
One of the most famous dai pai dongs in Hong Kong is Tung Po 東寶小館.
Unlike other dai pai dongs I’ve been to, this one is located inside a food market.
Here, you drink beer from the special “fighter bowls”!
clockwise from top left: pepper pig stomach soup with clams, squid ink spaghetti with squid balls, roast chicken南乳風沙雞, duck-sauced lotus leaf rice 鴨汁荷葉飯
The famous squid ink spaghetti was innovative but it tasted a bit bland. The roast chicken skin was crispy and the meat was tender. The lotus leaf rice was extremely flavorful and had lots of filling.
pregnant woman’s fried rice 大肚婆炒飯…. There’s a lot of ginger in this rice, hence the name, because in Chinese cultures, pregnant women should eat a lot of ginger.
gigantic bowl of Chinese herbal jelly in a ginger-based syrup 薑汁涼粉
The prices here a slightly expensive for a dai pai dong but the food has wok-flavour and is tasty!
FAIM? OUI OUI!!
Tung Po 東寶小館
2/F Java Road Municipal Services Building, 99 Java Road, North Point
Tel: 2880 5224