Hong Kong Dai Pai Dong used to stand out amongst the most significant part of Hong Kong’s food scene. However it is getting rare now. There are only less than 30 non-renewable license holders left scattered around Hong Kong. Sing Heung Yuen at Sheung Wan is one of the few dai pai dong left in Hong Kong. Sing Heung Yuen is just opposite the long queue of tourists outside the beef brisket place. Sing Heung Yuen is fully packed and a long queue awaiting on Saturday. You’ll have to queue for at least 20 minutes. It will be a well worth queue for a hot and delicious bowl of macaroni or maggie mee with thick juicy tomato broth. Sing Heung Yuen da pai dong has many add-on too! choice of ham, chicken wing, bacon, sausage, luncheon meat, pork chop or an egg to top your bowl.
Tomato, Beef, Luncheon Meat and Egg with Maggie Mee. (Price: HKD32)
Tomato, Sausage and Spiced Pork Cubes with Macaroni. (Price: HKD29)
Tomato and Luncheon Meat with Macaroni. (Price: HKD23)
Tomato and Chicken Wings with Maggie Mee. (Price: HKD26)
Sing Heung Yuen is generous, looking at the amount of chunky tomatoes in every bowl.
Butter and Honey with Lemon on Crispy Bun. (Price: HKD13)
This crispy bun is recommended by one of the friendly order auntie. It’s crispy with slight sweetness.
Sing Heung Yuen Menu.
My apologies for the light reflections.
The amount of crowd on a Saturday.
Tips for Sing Heung Yuen :
- Small eater may request for half portion of noodles and get -HKD2 off.
- Arrive on a weekdays to avoid the long queue.
- Get ready shades or umbrellas on a sunny day.
- Wear light and comfortable as it is an open area with no air con.
Sing Heung Yuen Short Cut Route from Sheung Wan Exit A2.
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The iconic stairs that you will see after exit A2. It is outside Cosmo Building Hong Kong. Walk towards to the right stairs.
Walk towards the traffic lights. Then walk straight and up the slope until you see Manhattan Avenue Building on the right.
Walk up the stairs which is opposite Manhattan Avenue Building and turn left at the end of stairs. Then walk straight all the way and you will see Sing Heung Yuen.
I hope you will find this post on Sing Heung Yuen useful. Do leave a comment if you like Sing Heung Yuen too!
Also visit Kau Kee that is opposite of Sing Heung Yuen for a bowl of delicious beef soup. Kau Kee is awarded Bib Gourmand restaurants under Michelin Guide. Read food review on Kau Kee.
-We paid for our meal.