|The view from behind|
|Hey there, Kimmy|
Between the rice and the crispy skin is a thin layer of fat - like a well-buttered baguette. Pigs feature heavily in Cantonese cuisine, but it's the first time I'd had it made this way - gee, what took me so long?
Ok, with that out of the way, I'll go on to the rest. The above was just a snack they set on the table - of interest only because it was the first time I'd seen nuts with puffed rice in a Chinese restaurant.
|Beef in lemongrass gravy|
|Steamed garoupa of sorts|
|Pork belly with fermented tofu|
Kimberley Chinese Restaurant
M/F Kimberley Hotel
28 Kimberley Road
Tsim Sha Tsui
+852 2369 8212
n.b. The pig requires pre-booking of at least a day ahead, plus a deposit of HK$500.
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