Thursday, March 29, 2018

The Chairman Restaurant in Hong Kong

Seven Spices Morel Mushrooms

Just a few doors down from Ronin is a traditional Chinese place called the Chairman, and a rather expensive one at that (18 Kau U Fong, 2555-2202). But lunch prices are more affordable, so we came over, with the best item being those light and crispy "Seven Spices Morel Mushrooms" above. I also liked a rather aromatic tea smoked pigeon as well as a duck confit with its tasty fat. The only thing that I didn't care for was a tofu skin thing, but not because it was bad (if anything, the quality of the ingredients here was what made everything here shine). It's just that the tofu dish seemed like something that one could get at any other Cantonese restaurant around town. In that sense, Duddell's is much more unique, and is still my preferred choice.

1 comment:

Dawn said...

So jealous! I love tea-smoked food :)