Cha siu here was excellent, as was the green sauce. So good, in fact, that I ended up getting a second round!
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The roast goose was very dry and unappetizing. The roasted pork (char siew), however, was very fatty and yummy. Not the best place for roast goose but do order the char siew.
I have been here 3 times over the past two months and having tried roast goose at various establishments in between visits, have concluded that this version is the best. The meat is juicy and flavourful but not overly salty, as often is the case...More
We arrived after friends had told us about this place. They said it was amazing, the best pork they had ever eaten. We would have to agree. It is a tiny restaurant, if there are spare seats you sit there, with unknowns usually. There is...More
My wife and I live in Hong Kong, and this is arguably our favorite place to eat. Definitely our favorite place for lunch. The BBQ meats are expertly cooked with time honored traditions, and you can taste this in every bite. We first came here...More
Great BBQ pork while walking around this busy city A bit of a line up but had the dish within 5 minutes Hard to get a table here if you want to relax and try more dishes Went back past next night but it was...More
We went to Joy Hing at 3pm on a Wednesday and the place was still packed. Like most local eateries in Hong Kong, space is tight and haphazard. Though busy, the staff were pleasant compared to those we have come across in other local HK...More
Tourists who want authentic, new, different etc. We hit Hong Kong with a list of places - foodie, chic, hottest in SoHo, Anthony Bourdain's faves. etc. etc. Some were expensive but worth it, some expensive but not, some funky and new, and so on. Joy...More
Dropped in for takeout after dinner elsewhere. Siu yuk was disappointing being way too lean and dry. Meat roughly chopped up in size with bits of bone so when chewed, had some difficulty telling bone from crackling! Goose was acceptable, not brilliant but safe to...More