As ramen is a huge obsession in Hong Kong, there are also so many delicious restaurants across Hong Kong that are friendly for all tastebuds. This week I decided to write about my favorite restaurant in all of Hong Kong that’s basically available everywhere in Hong Kong called Tsui Wah.
Tsui Wah is known as a Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng which means diner in Cantonese that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But don’t let the name diner fool you. This diner isn’t even comparable to any neighborhood American diner. Tsui Wah serves a wide variety of dishes from traditional Beef Chow Fun to an American Hot Dog. But when in Hong Kong, it only made sense to eat traditional cantonese meal menu items:
Top to Bottom: Beef Chow Fun, Fish Balls & Fish Cakes w/Flat Rice Noodles in Fish Soup, & my half-almost eaten XO Sweet and Sour Shredded Pork with Egg Noodles
Alongside the staple dishes above that I usually order for dinner or takeout, there are so many other items from a variety of cuisines from Cantonese to American food to choose from. So if you are a little homesick, their fries do taste quite fair to an American french fry. If you need accessible food at any hour of the day, I would definitely make time to eat at Tsui Wah not that it would require making an effort to get to any of their restaurants since they are usually located in tourist spots all across Hong Kong. And despite mentioning their availability at all hours of the day, strictly avoid having a major craving at 4 in the morning, some of their restaurants at that hour will begin serving breakfast because their kitchen staff needs to clean up and get ready for the next morning.