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5 best beef briskets in Hong Kong, and possibly the world
We talk to Hong Kong's top-selling beef brisket chefs about the popular dishes and their stories behind them
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We got beef in a major way here in Hong Kong, the delicious, tender, slow-cooked-to-lip-smacking-perfection kind of beef. Preferably, brisket of beef.
A good bowl of beef brisket cooked in a broth of Chinese spices, ladled over a mound of slurp-worthy rice noodles is the stuff of foodie daydreams in this city.
Here are the best of Hong Kong's beef brisket shops and if you click the image above, you can access our gallery of images and the stories of the beef-crazed master chefs behind them.
Kau Kee: Open Mon - Sat, 12.30 - 10.30pm. 21 Gough Street, Central, tel +852 2850 5967
Kwan Kee: Although the official opening hours are Mon - Sat, 1 - 11pm, Kwan Kee closes when the beef brisket is sold out, usually around 6pm. 26 Dai Ming Lane, Tai Po, tel +852 2638 3071.
Sang Kee: Open Mon - Sat, 7 - 9pm. 20-22 Cleverly Street, Sheung Wan, tel +852 2541 8199
Wah Jeh: Open Mon - Sun, 11am - 11pm. 13A Electric Road, Tin Hau, tel +852 2807 0181
On Lee Noodle: Open Mon - Sun, 7am - 7pm. 22 Shaukeiwan Main Street East, Shau Kei Wan, tel +852 2513 839