After checking in at Hart Hotel I wanted to revisit a close by restaurant I’d previously visited by the name of Hung Lee Kitchen.
It was probably close on 8 or 8:30pm by the time I walked in. The restaurant was still busy but there were spare seats so I was quickly seated in a booth and given a menu.
I immediately ordered a long neck of Tsing Tao while I decided what I wanted to eat.
By the time my bottle of beer arrived I’d decided to have a combination of crispy roast pork and roast goose with a bowl of white rice.
Quite quickly my dishes arrived and I dived into two of my favorite meats.
Goose is a relatively expensive meat but it’s certainly worth the extra cash.
Hung Lee Kitchen is certainly worth a visit if you like good Chinese food and are in Tsim Sha Tsui.