Hong Kong Little Kitchen

Been to Hong Kong and missing the famous roasts? Well, fret no more, the nearest Hong Kong tasting roasts you could get is now here in the Philippines!

And nope, it’s not located in our big malls, it’s just in the quiet neighborhood of N. Domingo.

It’s literally a little kitchen. I think it could just serve more or less 30 persons in a seating. It usually gets packed during peak hours so come in early or late!

Hong Kong Little Kitchen specializes on HK Roasted Barbeque, White Chicken, Soy Chicken, Lechon Macau and Roasted Duck. Its pricing is quite competitive.

They offer ala carte dishes and rice toppings, they also have noodles.

Their rice toppings could be mixed and matched depending on your cravings. Large servings. A plate of rice toppings comes with rice, your chosen roasts, a veggie and half an egg.

2 Combi Rice at Php 220.00

HK Pork Barbeque and HK Soy Chicken

Yes, the rumor is real, the Roasted Barbeque is really good!

HK White Chicken Rice at Php 180.00

The taste of the soy and white chicken are pretty much the same. A little bland to my taste buds. Surely be needing those ginger sauce.

HK Roasted Duck at Php 280.00

The texture of the roasted duck is good. Tastes great.

We also ordered Wanton Noodle for the kids. It tasted a little differently compared to the usual wanton noodle soup here so it’s not a favorite among the kids.

Shrimp Wanton Noodle at Php 208.00

We couldn’t have enough of the HK Pork Barbeque so we ordered 1/4 kgs of it! It only costs Php 300.00!

We could have ordered only this ↑ and the Fried Rice and we would have been set for the night!

Our verdict?

The HK Roasted Barbeque is the BEST! It truly is a Legendary Roast!

Will surely drop by again one of these days, in between lunch and dinner so line will not be long. 😂

I will be trying the Crispy Lechon on my next visit.

Hong Kong Little Kitchen is located at Sonema Square, No 44 N. Domingo Street, Quezon City.

Check out their Facebook Page at HKLittleKitchen. Be sure to follow and like their page!

PS. Last 3 pictures were taken from Hong Kong Little Kitchen’s Facebook Page.

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