OpenRicers are less hyped about the sweet treats in cooler November. The breezes, instead, have been bringing people to walk extra miles uphill for heart-warming fixes at traditional cha chan teng, Sing Heung Yuen. Among new eateries hitting top 10 are new fusion restaurant Little Bao, another branch of popular croissant bakery Urban Bakery Works , Michelin star chef's Upper Modern Bistro and a local hot pot place.
|Rankings||Restaurants||Positive reviews||Negative Reviews|
|2||Sing Heung Yuen||10||1|
|5||Urban Bakery Works||7||0|
|6||Upper Modern Bistro||6||0|
* The rankings are based on the number of positive reviews after subtracting negative reviews in the past 30 days. They are further adjusted by timeliness, user seniority and other review quality factors.
No. 1 Little Bao
mjhk：Fish Tempura (w/ tamarind palm sugar glaze, pickled lemongrass fennel salad, and tartar sauce). The piece of fried fish on the bao was excellent. Hot, crisp, tasty and not too heavy, perfect for a fishburger. The bao artist put on a crazy amount of tartar sauce, and a crazy amount of the other sauce (tamarind glaze, I guess), and taking bites caused an explosion of sauces in every direction.
No. 5 Urban Bakery Works
supersupergirl：Macallan 12 Years Whisky ice-cream: Smooth with a pleasant whisky taste, but the whisky was not strong and representative enough because it was a bit like Baileys flavoured icecream. Quite pricey for $50
No. 6 Upper Modern Bistro
Ali~!："Pig's trotter & oyster toast with green salad" ($188)：63 Degree Eggs was the first appetizer I tried at Pierre and I immediately fell in love with it, so there was no reason I could stop myself from ordering it. The moment I started to have my knife pierced through the egg, a sharp orange yolk immediately oozed out and ran all over to the vege and mushroom. Every single ingredient was well represented that they all left an impression on my taste buds...
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