Tuesday, 27 May 2008

A taste that made brought me home @ The Bull and Bear

Was not sure what to expect at The Bull and Bear, as it is located the back side of Wanchai, near the car dealers, and not many people pass by to eat or walk on that road.
From the outside, it does not stand out that much, although it does have a bright blue front, but dark and dim inside, not very inviting.

Anyway we all went there, it wasnt very big inside, but they said they specialise in British food.
As for menu choice, I was surprised there was so much choice, ranging from pub grub, curry, breakfast etc.
So we ordered 2 Bull & Bear burgers, 2 Chicken Curries, 1 Nasi Goreng, all without service charge, the average cost of a set with soup and drink was $70, and I was surprised some of the menu food was cheaper around $50 onwards, so you are not compelled to order set lunches.

The burgers were quite expensive @ $108 including flat chips, a double patty burger with melted cheese on top, the chips were golden and just right with a soft core.
The Nasi Goreng was how I expected it to be, not authentic Indonesian, but fried rice, with a fried egg on top, and a separate dish of chilli sauce and two prawn crackers.
The chicken curries were the best, they are the British pub style chicken curry, containing sultanas and coriander, thick sauce, and the typical chicken that they use. Usually I don’t eat the chicken but I did, and I even dipped some chips in the curry sauce. The taste was so perfect I felt homesick.

Monday, 19 May 2008

Pink cactus noodles

Interestng noodles that are made with cactus, the appearance of the noodles were pink instead of green.

It didnt have any distinctive flavour, but the noodles were served in crabmeat soup.
The soup was very thick, just like the crabmeat soup you get in restaurants.
So basically it tasted like in crabmeat soup rather than a watery soup

Restaurant:
Czen
Hong Kong airport
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