This is a later quest at my local neighbourhood Michelin starred restaurant. Pang's kitchen received it's one star last year serving top notch Chinese cuisine. It is a short walk from where we live and was already full when we arrived, proving its popularity, even on a weekday evening.
After a very short wait to prepare our table, we ordered some popular dishes off their menu, described below.
Our first dish to arrive was sweet and sour pork, shown below. This had strawberries in it as the differentiator between standard dishes that usually have pineapple. There are also nice small portions of battered pork meat in a sour sauce, cooked with chilli pepper for a bit of heat. A really good and colourful dish to start with.
|Sweet & Sour Pork|
|Stir Fried Vegetable|
The restaurant holds 40 people and is quite representative of Hong Kong in that it was densely populated (i.e. packed) when we were there. The interior is rather dated, reminding me of Chinese restaurants back in the UK, and the tableware was a bit used. The service, whilst not terrible, could have been a bit more hospitable, given its status. Overall it is worth a visit, primarily for their food.
Total Bill: 458HKD, about £19 a head.
We ate: All of the above.
We drank: Jasmine Tea.
I wore: Casual, 1 Michelin star attire.