Most travellers who visit Hong Kong for a holiday would usually stay and hang out in central districts. Places like Mong Kok, Central, Yau Ma Tei, Wan Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui. Sister Wah Beef Brisket is located away from the busy city at Tin Hau, Hong Kong Island. It takes about 20 minutes if you’re travelling from Central. But actually it doesn’t really matter as long as they serve good food! Sister Wah is famous for her beef brisket to be eaten together with veggie rice, dan dan noodle, stir noodle, clear soup noodle or with curry. Moreover the service crew was prompt and active in recommending Sister Wah signature dishes. You’ll definitely have an idea of what to eat. Listed under Michellin Bib Gourmand restaurants is also famous for Sister Wah Beef Brisket.
Sister Wah Signature Drunken Chicken. (Price: HKD50; SGD8.90)
Chinese cooking wine is more to its earthy and slightly salty flavour. This allows it to blend into the chicken well. The chicken breast meat was a bit dry and tough on texture. You may wish to request for drumstick in addition of HKD5 for a better choice of meat.
Sister Wah Beef Brisket, Beef Tendon, Beef Tripe Soup Noodle. (Price/ Item: HKD38; SGD6.80)
As usual, I have ordered soup noodle. Although the clear soup may seem simple, the simpler the dish may seem, the harder it is to get it right. Do note that there is a minimum spending of HKD28 (SGD5) per person. Sister Wah Beef Brisket soup is more on the rich flavour. If you prefer something that is more “cheng”, light flavour, may consider Kau Kee Restaurant at Sheung Wan.
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-We paid for our meal.