Hong Kong Tasteem (10) - THICK PORK CHOP!
Nostalgia is a hot topic in Hong Kong now. And there are so many new “Bing Sutt” (common restaurants in the 1950s-1980s) opening recently. But they are actually not Bing Sutt but HK style restaurant only. Last night, I went to Tsim Sha Tsui and had dinner at this “Yuen Long Bistro”.
(photo credit: openrice)
Yuen Long Bistro is quite famous in Hong Kong. The main selling point is Thick Pork Chop and it always attracts me to visit.
I ordered the Shin Ramyum set, which included Shin Ramyun with Spicy Noodle, Thick Pork Chop and Garlic Toast. What style is it? I can’t tell haha. Let’s take it HK Style.
The Thick Pork Chop was not put into the noodle to keep it crispy. Let’s see how thick it is.
Not very very thick actually but good enough! Not too oily and not too dry. Good!
Yuen Long Bistro is one of my favourite. Every time I go to Tsim Sha Tsui till midnight, I go to Yuen Long Bistro for supper as it closes at 3am. Strongly recommend!
Yuen Long Bistro 元朗冰室
48號, China Insurance Building, 地下A2鋪, Cameron Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
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