Lan Fong Yuen has revolved from Da Pai Dong to Cha Chaan Teng. Having an old history back in 1952 as a Dai Pai Dong, Lan Fong Yuen is famous for its pork chop bun, chicken chop noodle and milk tea.

Lan Fong Yuen

Lan Fong Yuen Macaroni with Pork Ribs and Iced Milk Tea Set Meal. (Price: HKD50; SGD8.90)

Macaroni chicken soup cooked with a rack of pork ribs.

Lan Fong Yuen

Lan Fong Yuen Signature Pork Chop Bun, Fried Egg with Mushrooms and Iced Milk Tea Set Meal. (Price: HKD50; SGD8.90)

Lan Fong Yuen

Despite having an old history since Da Pai Dong, I believe this is my first and the last visit to Lan Fong Yuen. The award winning pork chop bun was basically average where you can find similar one easily. Food quality was average, staff was impatient and loud, price was slightly steep in cha chaan teng. As I have macaroni soup, I felt extremely thirsty after the meal. I wonder if they have spammed lots of MSG to the soup base. Small table with many chair stools to be shared among strangers in a very cramped cha chaan teng. Lan Fong Yuen is definitely an over-rated cha chaan teng in Central. I was hesitating whether to blog on Lan Fong Yuen. As time is precious while overseas, I believe that FoodGem visitors should be informed of the over-rated cha chaan teng. So save your calories for better foods! I would preferably visit Sing Heung Yuen that is within walking distance for a hearty breakfast.

-We paid for our meal.

Budget Per Pax

S$8-S$10

How to go Lan Fong Yuen Hong Kong
Operating Hours

Monday to Saturday: 7AM – 6PM.

Sunday: CLOSED.

Address and Contact

2 Gage St, Central

Contact:
+852 2544 3895 / +852 2854 0731

Travel and Parking

Travel via public transport.

Exit B;
Walk 9 minutes via Des Voeux Rd Central and Pottinger St.
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