If you have a delicate constitution or prefer fine food, take a pass on this home-style Cantonese restaurant; Tso Choi (which translates as "rough dishes") is not everyone's cup of tea. Tripe lovers and haggis fans, however, might be interested in trying the Chinese versions of some of their favorites: fried pig tripe, fried pig brain (served as an omelet), double-boiled pig brain—you get the idea. The older Hong Kong generation still likes this stuff; younger folks
may demur. The wary can opt for creamy congee, fried chicken, or a fish fillet.
17A Nga Tsin Wai Rd., Kowloon City, Hong Kong, Hong Kong–China