Dim sum, Cantonese
4 minutes from Shibuya Station, New South Gate
Concept :On an ambitious mission to introduce quintessential Hong Kong classic dishes in Japan, Hong Kong Wah Kee restaurant has successfully transformed itself into a “one-stop-shop” for the former British colony’s many gourmet delights. Founded by a Hong Kong-born businessman in 2017, the 2-year-old Hong Kong-style diner, commonly known as “Cha chaan teng,” has since been expanded to four locations in Tokyo and one in Osaka.
Key Points :The strength of the restaurant, which is manned by a team of experienced Hong Kong-born chefs, lies in its unique operational network in which each branch, except Osaka’s, specializes in one or two particular classic local dishes.
Recommended Dishes :For example, the Okubo branch, which was opened in 2019, mainly serves dim sum or Hong Kong-style tapas, while the Shibuya branch, which is equipped with a bakery, specializes in Hong Kong-style egg tarts (¥200) and pineapple buns (¥200~560). The Waseda branch, on the other hand, is the place for Hong Kong-style roast duck (¥2,280), soy-sauce-marinated crispy chicken (¥2,280) and honey-glazed barbecue pork (¥2280). With reservations, diners can have a whole or half roast duck delivered from the Waseda branch to one of the other Tokyo branches.
- 1F, 2-13 Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
- 4 minutes from Shibuya Station, New South Gate
- 03-6809-0849(Please mention JAPAN RESTAURANT.net for making reservations)
- Mon-Fri: Lunch: 11:30am~3pm; Dinner: 5pm~10pm (LO 9:30pm); Sat, Sun & Hol: 11:30am~10pm (LO 9:30pm)
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