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4-min walk from Exit A3, Wan Chai MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
25911898
Introduction
Hong Zhou Restaurant serves Jiang-Zhe cuisine and the inside of the restaurant has simple Chinese decorations. Special dishes at this restaurant include the fried noodles Hangzhou style, grilled shrimps and duck soup. continue reading
Good For
Group Dining
Opening Hours
Today
11:45 - 14:30
17:45 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:45 - 14:30
17:45 - 22:30
Payment Method
Visa Master Cash UnionPay
Number of Seats
100
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine Details
Parking Details
Phone Reservation
10% Service Charge
TV Broadcast
Review (167)
This restaurant, as its name implies, specializes in Hangzhou cuisine. The decor is nice, with touches of Chinese calligraphy and arts on the walls. You can also see many photos of the celebrities visiting the restaurant throughout the years. Our table is spacious and even though quite close to the next ones we were quite comfortable during the whole meal. For starters we ordered three appetizers. The first was Lotus Roots Stuffed with Glutinous Rice in Syrup ($70). This is one of the signatures of the restaurant, with the glutinous rice stuffed inside the holes in the lotus roots and prepared in the syrup. On the bite you can feel the chewy texture of the rice with the slight crunchy lotus roots, a nice texture contrast. The syrup had a bit of sweet osmanthus, making it fragrant yet not overly sweet. A nice one to begin our meal. The second starter was Pig's Kidney Special Sauce ($80). The kidneys were cooked well to make it soft, which was unlike the Cantonese style which generally would make it more crunchy by blanching. The special sauce was something I could not figure out, having some spiciness but balanced with a hint of sweetness and saltiness. Overall an interesting taste but not my favorite. The third starter was Wine-saturated Chicken ($118). A common dish available in all Shanghai and Hangzhou restaurants, this one had a generous portion of chicken, marinated in the Chinese yellow wine sufficiently to impart the aromas and flavors to the chicken. I found the bitterness of the wine was a bit too strong and while I was not sure whether this was supposed to be the original style I just found that to be less appealing. We each ordered a soup, with my mother having Fish Balls Soup with Water Shield ($48), my wife having Mandarin Fish Soup with Assorted Vegetables ($48), while for me it was Hot and Sour Soup ($40). Many people knew the hot and soup soup was my favorite but unfortunately I found mine a bit disappointing as it was not spicy nor sour enough. Comparatively it seemed the other two soups were much better. Next time I would try those instead. For the main dish we had the Sauteed Fresh Water Shrimps with Longjing Tea Leaves ($268). I never failed to be amazed by the labor to remove the shell of these small shrimps, and it would take a while to finish all the shrimps required to prepare this dish. The shrimps were cooked perfectly, keeping the delicate taste and each showing a beautiful orange pink color. My only comment was that the tea leaves were virtually non-existence and did not add any aroma or flavor to the shrimps. The other main dish was Sauteed Pea Sprouts with Crab Roe ($298). I found this one another of my favorite in the evening, with a nice presentation of the crab roe in the middle and surrounded by the bright green pea sprouts. The vegetable was in season, young and tender, plus the great taste of the crab roe getting it to another level of enjoyment. I also thought this dish was very reasonably priced if comparing with other restaurants. A must-order in my opinion.With two Steamed Flour Roll ($76) and a bowl of rice ($14), the total bill on the night was $1205. The service was decent without any surprise, and overall I recommend this restaurant to someone who wants to try some authentic Hangzhou cuisine. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2019-03-14
58 views
小時候在江南最喜歡吃扁尖火腿老鴨湯,那是一種鄉愁,這次和家人一起來吃這家老字號,很期待,龍井蝦仁、炒鱔糊、臭豆腐、令人目不暇給 ,什麼都想吃,還有想了很久的老鴨湯,鹹香的湯頭,找到了兒時的感覺,以後要常來,這裡味道很正宗,很喜歡💕 continue reading
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Level3 2019-02-05
673 views
新一年就祝大家橫財就手吧! 既然如此, 吃紅燒圓蹄應該是最貼切的. 杭州酒家的圓蹄是我最常吃的那一家. 這菜式最重要是皮厚而腍, 內𥚃的肉剛熟, 脂肪和肉層次分明, 這裡當然有吧! 另外我最喜歡是這裡的醬汁, 濃厚之餘咸和甜的比便了剛剛好, 不會則重一邊. 說到這裏, 我就想用醬汁拌飯吃, 這是很有罪惡的一件事! continue reading
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Was told by the staff that they are rated michelin 1 star. Recommending the dishes with photos attached below🤩 Overall everything was really nicely done, would re-visit this place very soon! continue reading
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Level2 2018-12-22
1489 views
今年爸爸選了這個地方一家做冬。爸爸是個對中國各方文化都很熟識的人。不負大家所望,今晚的晚餐很高水準,大家舌頭享受之餘,收費也十分公道。五人吃了十道菜,買單1900左右。這個地方適合商務午餐,家人朋友聚餐也妥當。因為Openrice要求要寫滿200字才能評分,以下是我評語的英文版本。I highly recommend this restaurant to dinner for business lunch and family gathering. This restaurant offers HangZhou cuisine. HangZhou is very close to Shanghai, however it is quite different from Shanghai cuisine. The dishes in this restaurant is authentic, tasty, yet is not too pricy. 5 of us ordered 10 dishes tonight with a bill of 1900. Must go! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)