Fodor's Expert Review Hing Kee Restaurant

$ Yau Ma Tei Chinese

Located on a boisterous stretch of Temple Street, this crowded, open-air eatery is the perfect spot to soak in the local atmosphere. The food isn’t amazing, but it’s cheap and offers a wide range of choices. Stick to the wok-tossed stir-fries laced with pungent black-bean sauce or spicy chili salt. Hing Kee is also known for its clay-pot dishes, which are especially comforting during the colder winter months.

Chinese Casual Dinner $

Quick Facts

14–21 Temple St.
Kowloon, Hong Kong


Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No lunch

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