Friday, December 05, 2008

Law Fu Kee, Hong Kong

For a change, we decided to have porridge for breakfast...
SF did mentioned about Law Fu Kee before she left for work, so we decided to pop over for a piping hot bowl of goodness (it was walking distance from where we stayed after all :p)
Amy had the dace fish ball porridge
Velvety smooth porridge with springy home made fishballs. The fishball had an added zing to it as they mixed orange peel into the fishball. Sure was satisfying :)
I had the century egg with pork porridge..
The same smooth porridge, though I preferred my ingredients better :). The century egg chunks were so delicious, why are those in HK much more fragrant? The lean meat was just mediocre though, I have tasted a better lean meat version in Melbourne.
The plain looking yau zhar gwai
Don't be deceived. Their version was saltier, hence, once added into the porridge, the combo becomes...perfect.
Some deep fried fishball with clam sauce
The same springy fishball, but deep fried. Obviously tasty as anything deep fried is :p. The clam sauce was quite unique, had baby clams soaked in predominantly fermented bean curd and some other sauces. Very salty though, so we had in moderation and was better eating with the porridge.
Overall an enjoyable meal, we wanted so much to return for another brekkie here but just could not squeeze in the time. So much food, so little time! :(
Law Fu Kee is located at 50, Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong.

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3 Comments:

Blogger CUMI & CIKI said...

hmmm.. salty yar char guai.. must go well with coffee to i suspect..

08 December, 2008  
Blogger J2Kfm said...

lyndhurst terrace, where Tai Cheong's located?

the road's up and down lah .... so tiring.

09 December, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

cumi&ciki: yup, i think so too! and so very crunchy

j2kfm: yes, just opposite tai cheong, a few shops away...haha yeah, tiring on the first day, but after a few days, we're use to it :)

10 December, 2008  

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