115
35
10
5-min walk from Exit C, Causeway Bay MTR Station
Telephone
2572 5207
Awards and Titles
Michelin Street Food (2016,2017)
Opening Hours
Mon.-Sun. 12:00-01:00
Payment Method
Cash
Number of Seats
20
Other Info
Phone Reservation
Outdoor Seating
TV Broadcast
Signature Dishes
喳咋 豬骨粥 糯米飯
Review (167)
Novice Gourmet 2017-01-14
170 views
好難解釋「強記美食」嘅魔力,令我有鋪癮間唔中去一去,除夕倒數睇煙花前特登去一去~每次一到即刻樣樣叫哂,毫不放過任何食物~糯米飯兩碗,一人一碗,必定再加臘腸,好好味!! 糯米飯好香,軟硬適中,有冬菇,淡淡肉~好鍾意呢到嘅豬皮魚蛋,醃得好入味惹味,份量少咗d唔夠喉~ 推介!!呢度d腸粉同其他地方唔同,因為佢會煎一煎,所以d邊好脆口,好味~豬骨粥又係必點,用排骨煲到好綿好入味,又有埋花生,好正!!每次食我嘅樣都「好好味哦」好滿意!!~ continue reading
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Novice Gourmet 2017-01-09
183 views
聖誕節沒事幹,和男朋友來到了銅鑼灣感受一下聖誕氣氛,和大眾一起倒數後慢步走到灣仔,經過看見強記美食非常熱鬧,和男朋友決定吃個糖水再移動。叫了最出名的腐竹薏米糖水,叫凍的,竟然有冰雹.....,應該是雪得太凍。 所以下次應不會叫凍,改熱的比較好。再叫了煎腸粉,剛煎起的腸粉好有咬口!絕對推介。不過量不多。 continue reading
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Veteran Gourmet 2017-01-02
313 views
其實咁啱經過我就想試下但係佢話俾我聽冇辣魚蛋我真係唔係好想食但係見佢米芝蓮又有少少肚餓 就懶係勉為其難咁樣買咗一串因為佢話唔辣我自己自把自為就加咗甜醬同辣椒醬佢就一面愕然咁嘅樣可能覺得我嘥料因為我係重口味之人我成日覺得冇落醬料嘅魚蛋冇味其實 其實係因為其他地方淨係用 滾水淥啲魚蛋呢間就用 靚湯嚟淥所以魚蛋已經入曬味又夠魚味又有彈牙口感所以唔用 真魚蛋都可以有濃厚魚味其實佢仲有好多嘢都好似好正咁連魚蛋都落足心思下次一定要試下 continue reading
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Veteran Gourmet 2016-12-19
549 views
天寒地凍的日子終於到左,就特別懷念灣仔既強記美食。可能唔係灣仔人或者貪食的朋友都未必聽過強記的名字。但如果你係老食客,你就會知道一到冬天的晚上,強記一定大排長龍。有咩好食?生炒糯米飯丶喳咋丶腸粉丶中式糖水等等,以當中不得不提的就係佢既生炒糯米飯。曾經有人稱強記糯米飯做「史上最強的糯米飯」,到底有冇咁勁我就真係唔知!但係不得不承認的係佢既什錦臘味糯米飯真係好好味,34蚊的什錦臘味糯米飯超足料,臘味的香味同糯米飯的口感合為一體,糯米沾滿臘味的油份,加上生炒的風味,我相信任何一個識食的人都會鍾意佢的「什錦臘味糯米飯」相比某些五星級餐廳或者米芝蓮食府,大家真係要多D欣賞香港傳統的味道! continue reading
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Veteran Gourmet 2016-12-11
572 views
Keung Kee is an old establishment in Wanchai. Popular with the local community, it somehow caught Michelin's eye, thus listing it on their street food category. Personally, I had never eaten there before so boyfriend and I went to  give it a try.Situated near an alley, it has indoor seating as well as outdoor. It's a very open space so I don't think it really has an air conditioner. It's like most places that serve curry fish balls and other popular Hong Kong street snacks. The only difference is they also offer steamed rice noodles, sticky rice and Chinese dessert soup for a very low price. I don't think anything is above $50? Menu is written on the wall and only in Chinese. I don't think they have an English menu.Sticky Rice with Chinese Sausages ($34). A very small bowl of sticky rice but honestly, you don't want a big bowl of it as it's pretty hard to digest. Fairly good and fragrant from the Chinese sausages used. Was it mind blowing enough for a Michelin recommend? No. Tasty yes. Mind blowing? No.Stewed Daikon ($9). Soft and sweet,  these were pretty good as daikon goes.Almond Tea with Barley Rice ($9 for small size). The good thing about this place is they offer a small size option along with the regular size. This is good for those that don't want a lot of dessert but just enough to tide you over.  This is the small size and was a super small rice bowl. It was ok. Not that great. Not much almond flavor and a bit on the watery side. There was a lot of soft barley rice added.Red Bean Dessert Soup ($9 for small size). Boyfriend ordered a small size of this. It was alright but also a bit watered down. I think we can get a better Chinese style dessert elsewhere.Cheap prices, yes. Mind blowing? No. I was a bit disappointed as it seemed so popular but it really wasn't as good as I expected. It was  a bit average and I'm sure I could get something better elsewhere. continue reading
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