Fung Shing Restaurant & Famous Gai Dan Zai @ North Point, HK

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Towards the end of our trip in HK, Ivy and I spent some good time venturing North Point due to the fact that we stayed at Grand Harbour Hotel (got a good deal for this 5 star hotel, that’s a post for another day) the night before. North Point ((北角) is the most northerly point of Hong Kong Island, adjacent to both Causeway Bay and Quarry Bay. It is also a busy neighbourhood with plenty of good food.

We started our morning early and got to Duck Shing Ho to get some famous egg roll. It was around 9.45 am and  we spotted a long queue formed outside already! My friend told me that normally the egg rolls are sold out by noon! Remember to call and make a reservation to avoid disappointment.

德成號 Duck Shing Ho
北角渣華道64號地下
G/F., 64 Java Raod, North Point
Tel: 2570 5529/2571 5049
Opening Hour: Mon to Sat 930am to 700pm
Open Rice page here

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By the time we queued and waited for our turn and finally got ourselves 9 big boxes of egg rolls, it was 1030am! We proceeded the street next door to Fung Shing, a Shunde restaurant specialises in Shunde cuisine and some good ol’ traditional dim sum.
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Stir Fried Fresh Milk with Egg Whites, Shrimp and Pine Nuts 大良炒鲜奶 is one of their specialties but Fung Shing is only offering dim sum for the morning session.
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Yum Cha (literally means ‘drink tea’) is a ‘must try’ dining experience in HK, so here we are. I think that this place is much less chaotic than their famous counterpart Tim Ho Wan and Lin Heung Lao.
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So instead of having carts of dim sum pushed around, they gave us a menu/card on which we would fill out indicating the items you want. Fung Shing is also running a promotion on all small and medium sized dim sum – HKD 12 (RM 4.80) per portion. That’s even cheaper than some of the dim sum restaurants here in KL!
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Fung Shing is filled with local people having dim sums, so it’s definitely a good sign for me.
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We had quite a variety of dim sum; so let me rank them from best to good to mediocre.

Ma Lai Kou 马来糕. The best that one could ever get – warm, light, fluffy and not too sweet.
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Char Siu Pastry 叉烧酥. A tender, buttery pastry holds the sweet, succulent cha siu filling.
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Beancurd Roll with Superior Soup 高汤鲜竹卷
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Har Gao 虾饺.
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Fen Guo 粉果.
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Siu Mai 烧卖
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Steamed Milk Pudding – Yi Shun’s version is far better.

鳳城酒家 Fung Shing Restaurant
G/F & 1/F, Goldfield Mansion, 62-68 Java Road, North Point
Branches: Tsim Tsa Tsui, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, etc
Open Rice page here.
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Our eating spree did not stop here! We took the tram to King’s Road just for some crunchy version of Egg Puff Waffle aka Gai Dan Zai (北角雞蛋仔)!
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Photos of celebrating trying their gai dan zai and magazine article featuring them were plastered all over the place.
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Cispy on the outside and hollow inside, the gai dan zai (HKD 15) is filled with wonderful eggy aroma. It was great fun to snap the little balls one by one and pop it into our mouths.
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勁辣派甜甜掌門(北角雞蛋仔)
北角英皇道492號
492 King’s Road, North Point
Branches: Tsim Tsa Tsui, Wan Chai, etc
Open Rice page here

That concludes our last day in HK ;(

If you like my HK travel posts, remember to click on my 2009 trip and 2010 trip.

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  1. mimid3vils says:

    Gai dan zai definitely a must have for me as I heard too much in TVB drama, wnat to know the taste & the texture!

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    this one a bit dif, crispy n hollow inside, compared to the soft and fluffy type

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  2. J2Kfm says:

    Hey! Was about to write on the Gai Dan Jai from North Point. We purposely came to this stall at North Point for the snacks, then ventured over to Wharf Road for the Adidas/Nike outlet stores. Though the Nike (only) outlet store was not worth the trip though ….

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    haha u come all the way a!! hardcore ehhhhhhh

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  3. ai wei says:

    lucky us, we din make reservation but able to grab a few tins :P
    ahh, i miss those days with you.
    we shall plan another trip again!!!

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  4. Ho says:

    Hi ! Nice photos.

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  5. Ho says:

    Good food also.

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  6. Caroline says:

    Hi,

    I will be going to hong kong this weekend and would like to get the famous egg roll from Duck Shing Ho.

    Do you know whether can I hand carry this to the plane?

    Thanks.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi Caroline, I hand carried it coz those egg rolls were fragile. it comes in a square tin, so u can stack it up.

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  7. boon sing says:

    may i knw how to take tram from Fung Shing Restaurant to Gan Dan Jai?

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