King’s Palace Congee & Noodle Bar, Hong Kong

I love Barbecue Pork aka Char Siu! Char Siu (叉燒) literally means fork roast. It is a traditional Cantonese cooking method: long strips of seasoned boneless shoulder-cut pork are skewered with long forks and placed over the fire.

Inspired by a Hong Kong movie The God of Cookery (食神) directed by Stephen Chow in 1996, King’s Palace Congee and Noodle Bar (皇府) created a signature dish The God of Cookery Char Siu Rice (食神叉燒飯) – juicy Char Siu sitting on top of steamed Jasmine Rice, covered with a fried egg and Chinese greens, the best part is the secret-recipe Char Siu sauce. I can guarantee you this is one of the best char siu rice in the world! Other recommended dishes are Wonton Noodle and Rice Porridge (Congee). 

King’s Palace Congee & Noodle Bar has 3 restaurants in Hong Kong:
Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon
Shing Wo Rd, Happy Valley, Hong Kong Island
Departure Hall East Wing, Hong Kong International Airport

One thought on “King’s Palace Congee & Noodle Bar, Hong Kong

  1. If I had to eat only one thing, I would want it to be Char Siu. Looks great, I will need to make another excuse to get back to China.

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