|Pork chop bun|
|Macaroni in tomato soup with pork chop served on the side|
One of their best dishes (of which I sadly have no photographic evidence) is the "Boss's fried rice" - a huge mountain of rice fried with roughly diced pork chop (making it extra crunchy), veg (e.g. choi sum) and spring onions. It's about double the price of everything else on the menu, but really, it serves 2 hungry people.
|Pork chop & vegetable rice, with an extra egg, sunny side up|
They also serve two non-pork chop lunch options, which change daily and are again more home-cooking than corn starch-laden cha chaan teng gloop. People clearly love them - these always sell out before 1pm, as does the soup of the day. Their milk tea is pretty good too - the tea is pretty strong and a bit tannic, I prefer that to overly milky and smooth (at the expense of strength). They add quite a bit of sugar, so be sure to state your preference when ordering.
If you go after 2pm (or before noon), they also serve pork chop buns, which is basically the same chop served between a soft fast food-style bun with a slice of tomato (fresh, thank goodness) and mayo. The tomato isn't going to be your hydroponic heirloom doodah - actually it's usually the tasteless, mass-produced variety - but it makes a damn good snack or light lunch. I'd say skip the mayo too (it's synthetic stuff out of a tub). With a pork chop like that, you really don't need a thing.
200 Hollywood Rd (entrance on the corner of Pound Lane and Tai Ping Shan St)
+852 2546 8947
Closed Sun & public holidays
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