Tsui Hang Village Restaurant serves Cantonese food at Tsim Sha Tsui, along Nathan Road, so it is pretty easy to locate it. I read in one of the blog commenting that it serves the best food so I thought I shouldn’t miss it. I went with a friend to try them out so that I could try more dishes.
The ambience of the restauranit is the typical Chinese restaurant. So it can get quite noisy.
We have the Century Eggs as the starter. I love Century Egg. This is good though not as great as some that I have previously.
We like the Sweet and Sour Chicken. It has a subtle sweet and very slight sourish taste and most importantly not salty like most Cantonese Dishes are. It is quite appetising.
I always couldn’t resist the Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk. It is one of my favourite dish. It is a pity that the prawn was a little over fried and I suspect that the oil they used was not fresh. There was a unfresh oil taste. I am sure you know what I mean. And it has a taste of over fried as well. Not to the extend that it is burnt though. I was extremely disappointed with this dish.
As always, we needed greens. We ordered the Xiao Tang Vegetable (小唐菜) cooked in superior stock. It was cooked in a great stock, very flavourful; the soup was at the almost near perfect taste though it was a little salty. As I added the soup into my rice so that solved the saltiness issue. As the rice was bland while the soup was a little salty. It balanced out well.
I took a picture of the plate as I like the design with the birdies.
We felt that the food could have been better, especially at the price they are charging. We were disappointed with one of the dishes but enjoyed the rest. After all, though food is delicious, it didn’t wow us.
Tsui Hang Village 翠亨邨
5/F, Miramar Shopping Centre, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: +852 2376 2882
Monday – Saturday 1130 to 1500, 1800 to 2330; Sundays & Public Holidays 1030 to 1500, 1800 to 2330
By MTR – Tsim Sha Tsui (Exit B)
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