Roast Pork - Tailored for 10 Persons
Roast with honey, tender and juicy, very nice.
Jellyfish and Cucumber in Vinegar
Preserved Sliced Pork
Black Fungi in Wine
Preserved Turnip - Very Crispy
Shark Fin in Chicken Broth
One of the most popular Cantonese delicacy, especially in festival menus.
Stir Fried Scallops with Green Peas
Our second seafood dish of the night. Crunchy green peas and fresh scallops, very nice combination.
Sea Cucumber and Mushroom in Oyster Sauce
For hot pot dishes, we had to mind the temperature, or the tongue will have to suffer. This photo didn't reflect the bubbles which were still sizzling when arriving the table.
***Giant Sabah Groupa***
Steaming fresh fish is the gem of Cantonese cuisine. No matter how experienced we are in eating fresh fish, we are surprisingly happy with this super fish. The plate was so giant to cater for the giant fish. And it was boneless, absolutely silky smooth and we can taste the sense of freshness. I must say this is the superstar of the night!
***Pan Fried King Prawns with Soy Sauce***
This is another surprise of the night - a rare item and it is expensive and few menus has it because they spend most of their budget on the shark fin. I normally do not order huge size prawns as it's difficult to find good ones. But these king prawns were so fresh, meaty and chewy. I didn't had a chance to eat such giant size prawns of outstanding quality for a long time. So this is another superstar of the night.
Deep Fried Chicken
This is always my favourite!
Hairy Vege and Dry Oyster with Chinese Lettuce
Chinese dishes nearby Chinese New Year are usually given good names - names that carries a sense of luck and fortune. Dry oyster means 'good business'; lettuce means 'profit'. We all love these of course.
Stir Fried Taiwanese Noodle with Sliced Pork
Well, I would say this is the third surprise of the night. As at the end of a Cantonese feast, we usually have noodle and rice to wrap up the dinner. However our menu had only one dish of noodle which made us thought that restaurant was trying to cut cost. But this dish was even bigger than a dish of rice plus a dish of noodle. We were so excited because it didn't only look good, but also taste very delicious. Cantonese treat 'wok heat' as an important element of food, and this dish of noodle was really well done.
For desserts, we had puddings and fresh fruit platter.
After all, we all went home with a heavy stomach. Luckily we brought some boxes to take some food home so that we didn't have to leave them on the table. So the next day I still had noodle and chicken as dinner.
Cost per table: HK$3,488
Tea per table: HK$140
Service charge: 10%
Total bill (2 tables): HK$7,982
Kam Dau Kee Seafood Restaurant
Wanchai, Hong Kong
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