Thursday, 17 January 2013

Macau's Tai Lei Loi Kei in Hong Kong

In Central, you can now order pork chop buns with this new branch of Tai Kei Loi Kei from Macau.
I remember seeing this in Macau but I did not try it.
The prices seem cheaper in Hong Kong compared to the one in Macau.
However the branch in Macau had a really nice smell of pork chops coming out from the shop.

On my first visit, they did not have all the items available so I tried it another day in one go.
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Supreme pork chop bun:
All their pork chops have a bone attached because they claim the meat is more tender and juicy.
The pork chop tasted ok but the baguette bun could have been fresher.
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Portugese style Spicy fish baguette:
Same as the pork chop bun, the baguette could have been fresher because the texture was not that springy.
The spicy fish was a mix of fish and onions in curry powder which I found too spicy.
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Bacalhau mashed potato balls:
It was weird that they came with thai sweet chili sauce, I would have preferred ketchup or lemon.
I did not use the sauce anyway.
The mashed potato balls were really nice and the fish taste was really strong and the potato was nice and fluffy.
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Drinks:
The usual pork chop bun comes with soft drinks or tea, but they had other interesting drinks from Santa Vittoria too.
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