Ning Po 寧波旅港同鄉會
English Address : Room 401- 405, Yip Fung Building, 2-18 D'Aguilar Street Central
Chinese Address : 中環德己立街2-18號業豐大廈401-405室
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Phone No. : 2523 0648
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Categories : Shanghai | Chinese Restaurant | Chinese Buns | Group Dining | Special Occasion Dining
Spending : $151-$300
Overall Score : 3.7
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Opening Hours: 星期一至日: 12:00-15:00, 18:00-23:00
Payment Method: Visa、Master、Cash
May Bring Your Own Wine:
$50 per bottle
10% Service Charge:
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GwailoGuru says:Great Shanghainese Food in Central
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GwailoGuru (31 Review(s))
Gwailoguru Rating: 7/10 (Shanghainese)
*In One Simple Sentence:*
Private Restaurant Club with great greasy food and a reasonable price tag
A membership is 4000HK$ at the moment (2012), try to borrow one of your friends, you can use it to dine in without problems (no verification etc)
Food rating: 7/10
Price: HK$200 pax
Serving Tab Water/Tea: Yes-Yes
English Menu: No (!)
What we really liked:
The fantastic marinated eggs and the egg prawns
And what not:
It's a private "Dining Club" means only with a expensive membership you are usually allowed in
Service was good, very efficient in replacing empty tea and water pots, dishes were served in a timely manner and the general attitude of the service personnel was nice and friendly.
Located directly at the entrance of LKF, left side, on the 7th floor of a normal residential building. This also explains the "private club" character as there is no official restaurant license given out in residential buildings.
This also means the whole place is more cozy, smaller and better in service than the usual huge and loud Dim Sum Places elsewhere.
Fantastic, the portions are big and the flavour and texture of the Shanghainese styled food is great. Shanghainese naturally is pretty greasy, and that's what you get here as well. Especially dishes such as the "Pork Knuckle" or the "Shrimp in Egg paste" are high on cholesterol and calories, but fantastic in taste.
Our must tries are the marinated eggs with perfect egg yolg texture, the pork knuckle and the sweet rice desert.
We didnt like the Xiao Long bao though, as the soup inside wasn't hot enough and the skin was too thick.
I also have to add that everything here is very reasonable priced, means we shared well over 10 dishes and walked out with a per head spending of approx 200HK$.
Date of Visit: 2012-12-11
Table Wait Time: 0 Minutes
Spending per Head: HKD200 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste4 Environment3 Service4 Hygiene3 Value for Money4
Authenic Ning Po Dishes near Lan Kwai Fong
littlehse (6 Review(s))
三五知己中環飯局, 既有特色, 價錢合理, 寧波同鄉會! 記得帶Red wine, corkage fee $30 only! The overall environment is nice and clean, yet a bit noisy. Not an ideal place for dating couples and business dinner.
In addition, you can apply the membership at the reception. The annual membership fee for dinning is $100- The portion of every dish is enough for 3 to 4 person, a good place for family & friend's reunion.
We had ordered 2 cold dishes, 3 main course and 3 dessert + 2 bottles of beer, total: $900 for 6 person - good deal on Friday night at LKF
Dessert - so so, can try! 棗泥餅, 酒釀丸子, 寧波湯圓
Cold dish - 醉雞 (一般) & 素鵝
Member only, reservation is required. You can enroll the membership at the reception. The annual dinning fee is $100- I will come back with my family to try other dishes on the menu, such as
鳳尾魚, 生煎飽 & 糖醋魚
Recommended Dish(es): 紅燒元蹄
Date of Visit: 2009-12-18
Spending per Head: HKD150
Rating : Taste4 Environment4 Service4 Hygiene4 Value for Money4
BonVivant (238 Review(s))
My girl friend and I took 3 westerner friends here for a meal that wasn't LKF-ised. One was allergic to seafood and couldn't try the 海蜇 which was a shame, we should have been more accomodating.
The appetiser combo of 3 was 海蜇, 醉雞 and 馬蘭頭. Alas you can't order 海蜇頭 because it was out of the price range. Our guests thought the chicken was OK, but I guess they didn't realise the sauce came separate, which I generously poured over my chicken, and in fact the 馬蘭頭 as well because it was bland and dry. The 海蜇 was so so, I guess the 海蜇頭 might have been better.
The mains were better. The 糖醋排骨 was not spare ribs but 豬排, which suited our guests well (someone had earlier commented that unless you were coming with westerners, don't bother. I agree). They were also impressed with the 樟茶鴨, which they asked for extra hoisin sauce to go with it. I personally thought it was a bit dry and salty. They loved the "chinese pizza" 家常餅 and dabbled it in all sorts of sauces. 炒年糕 came in big slices and was chewy, but again the sauce was a bit on the heavy side. 小籠包 had some juice inside, but not as much as to make one go "ooohh, that's so good!". 干扁四季豆 - big portion, beans were a little too soft, but otherwise tasted good.
高力香蕉豆沙 and 酒釀雙圓 but it seemed the guys were stuffed by then and only managed a few bites of fluffy eggwhite and drank the soup from the 湯圓, which had a funny "off" sort of sourness to it, rather than the wine flavour I had expected.
When we went home, we all felt very thirsty, and a couple of us just felt jittery and couldn't fall asleep that night. Must have been very generous with the MSG. Service was so so, nothing to extol about. I guess there are some special dishes here that we haven't tried, and I would have loved to order the smelly tofu or eel, but maybe my fellow companions wouldn't have appreciated it too much.
Date of Visit: 2009-09-10
Spending per Head: HKD200 (Dinner)
Rating : Taste2 Environment3 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money3
aust.chloe (4 Review(s))
The food is great everytime when we visit there. The egg-yolk shrimp and the stewed knuckle are always memorable. It taste really really good. I brought everyone there and they all like the food so much.
But they have to renovate the place a bit. It smell no good sometimes coz of the old decor.
Spending per Head: HKD150
Rating : Taste5 Environment2 Service3 Hygiene3 Value for Money5
Expensive and dishonest
I ate with my girlfriend at this place tonight and it was most disappointing. The last time I went there was some time in 2005 where the food was tasty and it was great value but boy haven't things changed since then.
Two bowls of rice, one pang-pang chicken (spicy shredded chicken), dou-miao with shredded conpoy and spare ribs in plum sauce came to a total of 374HKD. The dou-miao was 120 in the menu but 150 on the tab. Upon querying the discrepancy I was told seafood prices had gone up recently therefore prices had to be lifted too. What a crock of shit. He relented with apologies in the end but this kind of dishonesty is just unacceptable and absolutely disgraceful.
You won't find me there the next time but if you do decide to take the plunge - CHECK YOUR BILL.
Spending per Head: HKD180
Rating : Taste3 Environment2 Service1 Hygiene3 Value for Money1
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