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Tsui Wah Restaurant is akin Kim Gary or Wong Kok in Malaysia, and they have branches all over in HK. We went to the branch located at The Peak, right after our visit to Madame Tussauds.
Besides Tsui Wah, there is also another famous wan tan noodles shop which is just few shoplots away, Mak’s Noodles. Their wan tan noodles are reportedly one of the best in HK. You can also find another branch at Wellington Street, Central.
Anyway, our visit was a planned one as a result of my “intensive” research on food in HK. 😛
To help you to decide, they have a list of Top 10 dishes for you to choose.
Tsui Wah is a bit expensive compared to other normal char chan teng in HK. While the food tastes normal, I believe it attracts those who need a quick meal as the service is prompt.
I’d like to try Mak’s Noodles when I return the next time.
Tsui Wah Restaurant (ç¿ è¯é¤å»³)
The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, Hong Kong
Direction: Take tram ride to The Peak Tower and walk out to The Peak Galleria.
Note: Other branches’ location