Staying in Tsim Sha Tsui but just wanted to try out this outlet. Surprise it is not very crowded but they do still have a steady flow of customers. Ordered the xo prawn noodle and my almond tea with egg... too bad almond tea is...More
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Tsui Wah has a no. of Hong Kong Style Restaurants in various districts of Hong Kong but a bit expensive ! The famous foods are toastes, noodles in soup, fried noodles, fried rice, rice in curry sauces, Hai Nam chicken rice and various chinese dishes...More
Ate a beef soup noodle and club sandwich. Food tasted good though not the best. When we were there, saw both local and foreigners... So I guess local too visit thisnshop even though it may not be the 'traditional' 茶餐厅 （cafe) Service was OK.
We had walked passed this restaurant numerous times and regardless of the time (day or night)it was always busy, which is always a good sign! I find it a little overwhelming trying to workout where to eat in HK as there are so many little...More
Well, being a local resident, I won't go Tsui Wah because it is just a Cha Chaan Teng but comparatively very expensive. It is expensive because of the vast number of mainland tourists and the high rent in HK. I mean, to taste the same...More
This restaurant was near our hotel and was recommended by one of our friends. We went there for dinner. It was crowded and the place did not look very appealing, but we decided to give it a try. We ordered the Hainan Chicken Rice and...More
If you are looking for a quick and nice meal, Tsui Wah is an excellent place to go. My favourite dish is definitely the Spicy Curry with Pork Cutlet and the Glass Noodles with beef. Make sure to order a cold ice tea and the...More
i dont think it can represents HK food culture ~ specially HKer like Hot Milk-tea~~~ Tsui Wah now is very famous woth a bit higher price but normal food~ service also not good......
This restaurant has been opened in some many place of Mainland China now, however, we still wanna to taste the original. It is quite different to other places, the milk tea, noodles, etc, All make us feel so special and unique, so Hong Kong! It...More