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2-min walk from Exit C, Wan Chai MTR Station continue reading
Telephone
2528 9997
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
Open 24 Hours
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Number of Seats
85
Other Info
Opens 24 Hours
Alcoholic Drinks
May Bring Your Own Wine Details
Cake-cutting Details
Phone Reservation
10% Service Charge
Review (182)
Level2 2015-08-10
8426 views
認識Flying pan,是因為讀大學的時候身邊的同學都很愛吃,還曾經與好友一同走堂到中環吃。說味道其實算不上美味,我想最大的原因只是方便吧,加上它是24小時⋯出來工作後已甚少到這裡,但前陣子轉了工,恰巧公司附近有一間Flying Pan,使得我久不久也會來懷緬一下過去。這天跟同事來吃個lunch,想不到它只是從駱克道的霸田商業中心搬到美國萬通附近,人流卻有如此大分別。還記得之前在霸田時,即使是繁忙的lunch hour也不用排隊,座位任揀之餘,還可以吃個寧靜的午飯。但搬了新地點後,沒想到竟然出現人龍,而且整個環境可以用吵得拆天來形容。等位已經等了大概十五分鐘左右啊,由於用膳時間不多,我們也不敢多心,趕緊下單。等啊等,等啊等,等了足足半小時食物還未來,這時已經一時四十五分了,唯有催催單,她對我們說我們前面還有兩枱,大概要等多五分鐘。怎料,不斷見到侍應來來往往奉餐,我們數著已差不多有十盤了!怎樣算也超過兩枱客了吧?結果我們的食物在兩時才送到。這次點了Corn beef harsh,朋友說在香港不是很多店有corn beef harsh吃,他來的目的也是為了它,我想,這該是這店最有價值和最美味的食物吧。來這裡,對我來說其實是吃回憶多於吃味道。 continue reading
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Level1 2015-08-07
3405 views
見到咁多正評,朋友又話好適合傾計,決定一試。menu好似好多選擇,不過其實都係同一堆items既不同組合。想食三文魚又想食波菜,諗左好耐都係要左波菜+煙肉egg benedit,如果有波菜+三文魚就好喇另外仲可以簡兩個side dishes同一杯果汁。不過一切開個egg benedit都幾失望……一隻蛋得少少流心,一隻直程全熟!!side dishes就不過不失,冇驚喜冇意外杯芒果汁就完全not my cup of juice,好甜好甜,而且係死甜朋友杯荔枝汁就幾好飲晚餐時段冇乜人的確幾好坐。但係想享受美食就唔多推薦喇 continue reading
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Level2 2015-07-28
2440 views
First time in their new location in Wan Chai, large windows, great for watching the busy city goes by. The interior design is like a typical US diner.The portion is big, it came with bread, 2 sides and juice. You need to upgrade your juice, the complementary one is only a sip for most adults. I had a garden omelette, loaded with mushrooms, tomato, gouda cheese...etc, and the flavor is just right. Great value all day breakfast place; always leaving there satisfied and happy continue reading
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Level3 2015-07-15
1917 views
 說起egg benedit,第一時間會想起這間,今天決定前來拜訪.......看見門口,貼了一張告示,表明只招待會員,我們呆一呆,不是吧 ??!!在網上搜尋了一會,決定內進向職員查詢,結果原來任何顧都歡迎,但為會要貼這張誤導的告示呢?Menu確實有點複雜,用了10多分鐘,才下了決定 。和友人點算了一份English breakfast和最傳統的egg benedit,每份早餐包含了一杯飲品。English breakfast的賣相一點也不吸引,感覺很不豐富 。但每款食物的質素不錯,特別是蘑菇和煙肉 。Egg benedit的蛋帶有很重的白醋酸味,明白煮蛋的時候要加點白醋,才能有流心的效果,但醋的味道實在太強烈了 。說實在,的確有點失望,又或是之前的期望太高,才會有失望吧! continue reading
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Level3 2015-07-01
2081 views
Fancying another veggie breakfast to start the holiday's explorations I wandered over to Wan Chai to find the Flying Pan. I was a little perplexed to see the 'Open 24 Hours' sign, what kind of purveyors of fried food need to remain open all day and all night? Well, upon entering it was easy to understand. The target market for the Flying Pan seems to be the beer-fugged and wine-diddled expats you can find crawling around Wan Chai in the wee hours. I felt out of place. On to the menu... Actually I found the breakfast ordering style to be really well done. Firstly you're presented with a choice of breakfast sets, then you are given a choice of egg styles (actually many choices, like six or seven I think), likewise bread, you can choose between white, brown, pancakes, bagels, croissants. Your next choice is which drink, you have a variety of fruit juices to choose from and your final choice is the additional portions allowed in your set. I chose the veggie breakfast which  came with mushrooms, spinach, avocado and artichoke hearts. For my eggs I selected scrambled, for toast I chose standard brown bread and for my two additional portions I included beans and potatoes. From here on is where it all started to fall apart. The juice arrived first, it seemed like fresh orange juice and it tasted great but the portion clearly wasn't enough for a full breakfast. And then my food was served...presentation was pretty promising, they use over-large plates here which make the portions in the photos seem smaller than they are but actually the sizing is normal to large. I will go through the components:🍴 The bread - a good portion, two slices cut into triangles and 'buttered'. However the toast was pre-toasted and left to stand so it was soggy and the 'butter' was tasteless. 🍴 The egg had clearly been sitting for a while too, the outside was a darker yellow colour and it had next to no taste. 🍴 The mushrooms, I'm not sure how these were cooked, in oil or water, it was hard to tell. They had a little flavour thanks to the onions that they were served with but the mushrooms themselves were pretty flavourless. (Can you see a theme emerging?)🍴 The artichoke heart and avocado...I know I don't like avocado so I can't rate that but the artichoke hearts were unpleasant, a weird flavour, but as I haven't had them often I can give the Flying Pan the benefit of the doubt on that one.🍴 The wilted spinach was a bit depressing, it had clearly been wilting for a long time, it had a very slight spinach taste but certainly didn't seem fresh. 🍴 The potatoes...by this point I was starting to feel miserable, how can anyone go wrong with fried potatoes? The potatoes were almost ok but for two things, again, no flavour and the onions which were served with them (which were about the only flavourful part of the meal), tasted distinctly like they'd been cooked in meat fat. 🍴 The beans...it is almost impossible to screw up beans. The beans were ok (although again over-cooked), however adequate beans cannot compensate for a overall crap meal. I wanted to give up eating as the experience was not enjoyable but the price meant that I had to at least try and get some sustenance out of it. Actually I imagine that this place can cater just fine to the morning-after crowds but it will need to work harder to appease the fully sober. Before my life in HK I spent some time working in the kitchen of a large-capacity club/restaurant, we served buffet style Sunday roast dinners, cheap and cheerful. That is exactly the style of cooking to be found in the Flying Pan, large scale production with low quality ingredients, sadly the high price does not reflect the quality. continue reading
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