|You Tiao, Chinese style crullers perfect when eaten with|
congee, or dipped in hot chocolate like churros, or dipped in coffee.
Unfortunately the ones at Law Fu Kee are pre-cut, stale and cold.
|Papa's congee with fish slices|
|My mom and sister's wonton noodles|
|My wonton soup|
|Ginger and Century Egg|
|They make hundreds of shrimp dumplings every morning|
|Their hands are so deft and quick|
|Steamed turnip pudding|
|We attacked the turnip pudding|
|This is where they portion it out from|
|The best you tiao--fried in front of you|
|Stanley Street dai pai dongs, or streetside stalls similar|
to hawker stalls in Singapore. We plan to eat lunch here soon.
|Yung Kee's display. Only their roast goose and|
famous century egg with ginger are decent.
Otherwise, there are so many better roast specialists out there.
Law Fu Kee
G/F, 142 Queen's Road Central, 2543 3881
G/F, 82 Stanley St, Central
32 Wellington Street, Central, 2522 1624