Saturday, March 31, 2012

Dragon Garden, Mongkok, Hong Kong

No, Dragon Garden (G/F, 230 Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, tel : +857 2381 8511) or Chiu Long Yuen as I am able to translate wasn't the name of any Chinese restaurant. It was just in fact an one of numerous ubiquitous frills free eatery along Watercress Street, located just a few units away from the Yee Shun Milk Company in the vicinity. After having had a breakfast and a supper, we decided that this place was definitely worth a mention

The fare served in this particular eatery is probably not unique, but it was conveniently located at the hotel we were staying that it was possible for us to revisit for a not so late night supper (they close at around midnight) of their tender and fatty beef brisket and mixed beef innards with rice that included tripe, liver and braised beef lungs!

It had also seemed that the brisket and the tendon option for either soup or rice comes with a different gravy and each of their generously portioned rice sets are accompanied by a tasty and savory seaweed soup. Certainly what defines for me as hearty meals without the frills. I wasn't able to find out anything about this eatery so I think these guys may be fairly new?

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