Tsui Wah Restaurant

Restaurant G/F-2/F, 15-19 Wellington St., Central, Hong Kong Published on: 11-08-2016

Restaurant
A-la-carte
Food & Drink
10.32 - 19.34 USD

Tsui Wah Restaurant is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Tsui Wah Restaurants are owned by Tsui Holding Limited. It has over 26 branches. The most famous one located in Wellington Street.

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Why Tsui Wah Restaurant is special ?

Kam Fung Restaurant is a local institution known for its excellent milk tea, egg tarts, baked chicken pies, and Bo Lo Bao.


The baked chicken pies, in particular, are phenomenal. The crust is super buttery and it simply melts in the mouth. It is to-die-for. Go there early and get it fresh out from the oven.


It attracts celebrities and tourists from local clubs. Tsui Wah has attracted many pop stars such as Daniel Wu, Ron Ng, Bosco Wong and Kau Hung Ping. Many films also mention Tsui Wah because of its connection with the Hong Kong clubbing culture.


Must try dishes:


Crispy Pork Chop Bun (HK$35)


Milk Tea (HK$18) with Crispy Bun and Condensed Milk (HK$17)


Jumbo Frankfurter Hot Dog (HK$29)


King Prawns in XO Sauce with Tossed Noodles (HK$51)


Swiss Sauce Chicken Wings (HK$55)


Fish Balls and Fish Cakes in Fish Soup (HK$30)

Selling points

  • Delightful food, relaxed atmosphere
  • Good Food in Affordable Price
  • True taste of HongKong.
  • Crispy Bun Heaven
  • Good food at a reasonable price

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Indonesian
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol YES
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast YES
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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Duration
1.0 day
Estimated
42.74 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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G/F-2/F, 15-19 Wellington St., Central, Hong Kong

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  • The menu is a mixture of asian, american and european dishes
    Food
  • Compared with many other tea restaurants in Hong Kong, it provides more varieties of Hong Kong-style food, and is more expensive.
    Prices
  • Menu is in english and chinese with lots of photos of the food so it's very convenient
    Service
  • Be warned that you may need to wait or share with other people at a table if they are busy.
    Experience
  • Go there if you're on a budget or just want a quick snack when you're in the Central are
    Experience

Reviews

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This place offers a “diner-type” feel and comfort food! Recommended by Travel Channel host, Anthony Bourdain.

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奶油豬 is the best!!!

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沙嗲肥牛河is the best ever!!!!!!!!!!!

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Best dong kafei

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This is a chain in Hong Kong. Ate dinner at one in Kowloon after seeing that it was popular. The decour is like an American diner. The menu is a mixture of asian, american and european dishes as well as "east-west fusion" like spaghetti with sweet and sour pork chop. Everything on the menu is in english and chinese with lots of photos of the food. We had fun looking through the menu twice and then ordered fusion dishes which were a bit weird but surprisingly delicious. We also had tasty drinks made of black tea with lychees, tarte red berries and waterchestnuts floating in it. Mains and drinks for 3 people cost just AUD$30. Servce was quick and polite. Overall an interesting and enjoyable experience.

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This local eat house (Char Chan Teng) was packed with people…..always a good indication. Even by Hong Kong standards this place has a very extensive menu, so diverse that you can find almost anything… from Indian curry, to Japanese udon noodles, Russian borscht, Malaysian curry, spaghetti with sliced beef, hot dog, or pork sandwich, etc.Wading through the pages and pages of impressive sounding dishes, we eventually opted for:Crispy bun served with sweet condensed milkOMGThe savouriness of the butter and the sweetness of the condensed milk combined is sensational. The bun is toasted to a crispy texture as well, which makes it all the more enjoyable.The Tsui Wah crispy pork chop bun with french fries was amazingly delicious. The lightly toasted butter bread sandwiching a thick juicy pork chop coupled with a portion of gherkins and lettuce generously slapped with butter and mayo. The mere thought of it makes me drool! SO GOOD! The beef brisket was awesome and highly recommended.Not all the items were memorable, though. The king prawns in xo sauce with tossed noodles was forgettable and the longan and red dates tea was a blend of sweet and bitterness. Let’s just say…it’s not my cup of tea (no pun intended)Definitely recommended – if you are lucky enough to get a table!! This is the true truth as I say it as it is…(www.perfyi.wordpress.com)

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I agree with the reviews of this place so far. The only thing I don't agree with is the average rating. From a localized expat's perspective, this HK tea house style restaurant this place is better than average. The gaudy decor gives it character which is hard to find in a local place.Food is tasty and consistent.Service is fast and friendly.They have an English menu which makes life easier.So far I recommend the wanton soup, the seafood fried noodles... And the rice with chicken or BBQ pork.

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This local eat house (Char Chan Teng) was packed with people…..always a good indication. Even by Hong Kong standards this place has a very extensive menu, so diverse that you can find almost anything… from Indian curry, to Japanese udon noodles, Russian borscht, Malaysian curry, spaghetti with sliced beef, hot dog, or pork sandwich, etc. Wading through the pages and pages of impressive sounding dishes, we eventually opted for: Crispy bun served with sweet condensed milk O M G The savouriness of the butter and the sweetness of the condensed milk combined is sensational. The bun is toasted to a crispy texture as well, which makes it all the more enjoyable. The Tsui Wah crispy pork chop bun with french fries was amazingly delicious. The lightly toasted butter bread sandwiching a thick juicy pork chop coupled with a portion of gherkins and lettuce generously slapped with butter and mayo. The mere thought of it makes me drool! SO GOOD! The beef brisket was awesome and highly recommended. Not all the items were memorable, though. The king prawns in xo sauce with tossed noodles was forgettable and the longan and red dates tea was a blend of sweet and bitterness. Let’s just say…it’s not my cup of tea (no pun intended) Definitely recommended – if you are lucky enough to get a table!! This is the true truth as I say it as it is…

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In love with the fish puffs. Tender, juicy, with a hint of orange peel, set afloat in a salty broth. So simple, so wonderful.

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