Sunday, April 4, 2010

German Buffet in Hong Kong

Lunch buffet date: April 4, 2010
12.00 to 4.30pm – only on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays
Cost: HK$145 (US$18.6), plus 10% service charge, includes one free drink

Restaurant name: King Ludwig Beerhall, G/F Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen’s Road East, Hong Kong
Restaurant telephone: 852- 2861 0737

When I eat Chinese food overseas, I always sense a taste of west. Likewise when I eat western food in Hong Kong, I always sense a taste of Chinese. However at today’s Easter German buffet, I feel a 100% German taste.

Only my favourite Crisp Roast Pork Knuckle and the Sausages justified the whole fee. I must say this is the best pork knuckle I have ever tasted in Hong Kong – very crispy skin, very tender and delicious meat. There are not many types of sausages, but already good enough to please me.

Items that chefs make in front of guests include: toast with ham and cheese, stir fried spaghetti with your own choice of ingredients and waffles.

I am extremely happy with the wide range of desserts and ice creams – wow…extremely yummy. They kept refilling with variations, so if you have a big stomach, you can stay there and keep eating for four and a half hours. Finally our buffet finished with a cup of very nice coffee. Actually there were choices of beer, coffee, tea or soft drinks.

They will serve one dish of Crisp Roast Pork Knuckle to each table.
But you can collect additional portion from the buffet table.
Here is my additional knuckle.
Egg-shape Sausages and Ham
Onion Soup and my Easter Eggs Ham and Cheese Toast with Mushrooms
Very crispy and delicious
Plenty of Easter Eggs
Hot Desserts
More Desserts
Cold Desserts
King Ludwig Beerhall
Very German Feel
I like sitting at the bench facing the street.
King Ludwig has a branch at Murray House, Stanley, Hong Kong.
They serve buffet also on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Lunch buffet: HK$168 (US$21.5) - 11am to 3pm
Tea buffet: HK$118 (US$15.1) - 3pm to 5pm

Hong Kong Food Blog - German Buffet


Aree said...

WOW!!! that look so good...

canDIshhh said...

Hi Ana! :) I'll be in HK next week and would love to meet a fellow blogger who loves HK!! :)

You know what I miss most on buffets in HK? Marche's buffet at The Peak!! :)

Anyhoo, in case you'd want to meet up drop me a message at candishhh (at) yahoo (dot) com.


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theabc said...

where do you go when eating overseas Chinese food? I'm curious because we have traditional restaurants and Americanized restaurants. In Los Angeles, Chinese ppl do not go to Americanized restaurants.

I will have to try that German place in HK. there is very little german food in LA. the egg toast looks good.

Francis Shivone said...

Anna -- Great blog I look forward to visiting Hong Kong and taking your advice. I am looking for chinese food bloggers. You are the first I found. Thank you.

Token (Bento-Lunch-Blog) said...

It's funny to see, how german food is offered outside of Germany *ggg*

Some things I've never seen here in germany like and some are quite similar. Thanks for sharing these interesing photos! :D

Aland said...

All that food looks delicious! I often read about the ethnic cuisine in Hong Kong hotel reviews…looks good, must taste it!

grub said...

wow the food there look really tasty!! i love the atmosphere of the restaurant too :D