|Sing Heung Yuen|
|Right across from another famous eatery - Kau Kee (closed for winter solstice)|
|killing time while waiting for my table|
on an entirely first "sit" first serve basis
|the old-fashion drink corner|
The tomato based is the star of the dish. It's created from canned tomatoes - not sure if they were San Marzano's but the tomato flavor is very good. (Thanks to Mario Batali, I know canned tomato is better than fresh tomato if it's done right!) The beef is tenderized and my egg was slightly overcooked - but for HKD23 a bowl, you can't expect too much and the overall taste is good. I think I am going to try this at home with Mario's basic tomato sauce.
|tomato, beef and egg with macaroni|
I haven't had a salty seven-up with lemon in years so it was refreshing. The taste is authentic. loved it! It was actually a lot of seven-up! My friend and I could probably shared a bottle.
|didn't took a picture of my drink alone but you can see it clearly on this picture too|
The lemon honey baguette is excellent as well. The baguette is crispy but not burned. Most diners I've been normally serve condensed milk butter baguette so to me, lemon honey on a baguette is new to me and I love the flavor combination. The lemon is refreshing and light compared to the condensed milk for sure!
|close-up on the lemon honey baguette - delicious!|
|there are at least 3 to 4 groups of people in that table|
|the people standing behind are waiting anxiously for their turn|
FTC disclaimer: I am not affiliated and I paid for my own food.