after some rest, chit chat in the hotel rooms & stuff, we walked over to portland street to look at the hotpot restaurant.
i think it was 正冬火锅料理but can’t be sure. place looked crammed & messy. there was some 40% discounts?? after 10pm. we decided to look around a bit.
the next day we were getting up early to climb dragon’s back, so did not want to go too far.
decided to try the roast goose across the street from our metropark hotel, a ming court restaurant 明栈.
it was nearing 10pm. the roast looked ok, finishing anyway.
we ordered a 例regular serving, and chose the drumstick quarter.
roast goose was good, flavourful,maybe better than tao heung but not as good as yat lok.
friend ordered the char siew.
another friend & i didn’t think the char siew in hong kong is great.
but this was pretty good for me. importantly, the meat was tender. my other friend prefers the very charred type so he was just so so with the char siew. this was good enough for me la…
the goose wings & feet, nothing much to eat leh…didn’t consider this good at all.
steamed mullet with some black beans. it was a bit salty.
i pushed aside the black bean paste. not the best dish & not the teochew chilled mullet preparation, but i ok with it la.
poached kailan was good. always enjoy vegetables in hong kong.
dinner was very average, mediocre, some friends commented the poorest dinner, quite agree too.