Finding a hearty meal in Central doesn't mean you have to spend a fortune—especially not if you head here. Join the locals and order milk tea, then move on to the extensive menu, which ranges from toasted sandwiches to noodles, fried rice, and Malaysian curries. Although it's not quite what typical Hong Kongers would make at home, this definitely qualifies as Chinese comfort food. Noodles and fried rice are some of the safest bets for timid palates. There's also a wide range of set meals at very reasonable prices.
Dec 7, 2007
Best "cha chan teng" food in Central and I'm Chinese! Avoid the over-priced beer and you can't go wrong.
Apr 23, 2005
This is cheap fun diner, but the food is really nothing special at all. Great for people-watching, esp. late at night or mornings, but frankly the food, even the Chinese standbys, is boring, except maybe the egg custards.