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電話號碼
2139 3598
開飯介紹
以榮式燒雞扒作招牌。 繼續閱讀
營業時間
星期一至六
10:00-17:00
座位數目
40
其他資料
泊車 詳細介紹
電話訂座
招牌菜
榮式雞扒粉 榮式雞扒飯 榮式雞扒撈丁麵 榮式雞扒撈烏冬 榮式雞扒撈意粉 榮式雞扒檬
食評 (124)
Had a lunch here for the 1st time and heard that it has a brisk lunchtime business.This was evident when we arrived, but were lucky to nab a table for 6 people. In fact, 2 of us arrived earlyand the staff let us hold the remaining 4 places while our friends arrived a few minutes later.I ordered a chicken fillet and pork neck rice, with extra rice. Unfortunately no photos on this occasionbut the food came quickly. The chicken had a nice flavour and there were some vegetables on the plateto balance out the dish slightly. The meal came with a free drink. I can only imagine how many chickenfillets this restaurant cooks during the lunchtime so it was good that it was not too dry and quite moistalthough flavour was good but not memorable in any way.And a final word, be prepared to almost bash elbows with other tables as this place is fairly cramped, perhaps a victim of its own success. So, a 1/2 mark knocked off. Thus 6/10. 繼續閱讀
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等級1 2012-09-28
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對於我呢個十年都唔出一次灣仔既人,同朋友經過此地,一定要試下榮式雞扒未到門口,見到都幾多人係出面等,OH....原來好多人係等外賣,所以等左一陣就已經有位藕餅雞扒飯+凍檸茶:藕餅好好味丫....雞扒皮真係脆卜卜架,但唔明點解雞扒可以咁薄既,如果厚D可能更多汁凍檸茶就真係一舨啦順帶一提,由於地方淺窄又多人,食既時候都起左兩次身俾人出入,有D感到煩但為左食冇辦法啦 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2012-08-29
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午飯時間,兩位同事帶我到此吃雞扒,但對我來說,太濃太重味。1)榮式燒雞扒湯檬($37)+熱檸茶﹣雞扒其中一種香料應是黑椒,但很濃味﹣雞扒很薄,但不太特別﹣湯檬份量很多,配以粟米、椰菜等配菜,但粟米應是罐頭粟米﹣湯底太濃,吃了幾口已不想吃(如果下次被迫再要來,都會試撈檬)2)榮式燒雞扒湯烏冬($41)X 2 +凍奶茶/凍咖啡﹣烏冬看似不錯,但味道就不清楚了﹣同事說此店在裝潢前較好吃午飯時間實在很迫,其實我個人不太喜歡多人的地方,也不太喜歡重口味的食物。所以,如果一般的香港人口味,應該都覺得不錯。 繼續閱讀
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可能太聞名關係,一到午飯時間就要等位。店舖都幾識搞gag,每款食品都配有特別名詞,例如我吃這碟是「雞藕天成」,是「榮式招牌燒雞扒」和「蓮藕肉餅」客飯。午市有套餐連飲品。燒雞扒很香脆,有雞味。藕餅更加出色,有藕粒的口感。可惜,伴菜的鹹酸菜甫和葱蓉兩者互搶味道,吃得鹹酸菜來又被葱蓉破壞味道,反之亦然。另外,過多的豉油和伴菜又令到整碟飯變成「豉油漬飯」,大廚今次太重手,太重口味了!搞到要一邊食一邊飲奶茶。但係… 那杯奶茶…澀味太太太勁,搞到我落多了砂糖都蓋唔到那份茶澀味…唉…失敗!希望有機會的話,下次來食佢唔好咁重手啦。 繼續閱讀
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I have been ordering from Wing's Catering for more than 6 years now. Since my colleagues and I have always relied on them to deliver the food to our office, I've never paid much attention to it other than the rather oddly named restaurant and the equally oddly named "Wing Style Chicken Fillet".Like what I've mentioned in my review of "Winestube", my taste buds have regained control since I've completely stopped smoking. Then I started appreciating what I eat and drink a lot more - including the the modest looking but delicious chicken fillet in a ricebox.Similar to most restaurants located at the Anton Street or Landale Street area, the restaurant is extremely crowded during lunchtime. However, like "Ming Garden", as long as you get takeaway, you could jump the long queue and get your lunchbox within a reasonable time. I usually go to the Landale Street Branch.According to what I've read in the articles posted outside the restaurant, what's special about the two pieces of Chicken Fillet with your lunchbox was that they have sliced away the chicken fat underneath the skin, spread the chicken fillet out by cutting the tendons (I know it may sound a bit scary ), which makes it a lot easier to eat and chew without the "rubber bands", and then marinating it over night with a special homemade, no doubt "Wing Style" sauce. The Wing Style sauce is black pepper and sweet soy sauce based, possibly with a bit of Chinese Rose wine as well.After marinating the chicken fillet overnight, they'll grill it in a specially made oven. It's super hot so that it only takes two minutes to cook the fillet. The skin is crispy but the meat is still very tender and juicy. The restaurant will also pour a bit more specially made soy sauce over the lunchbox. A little bit of preserved vegetables and a little bit of fresh mixed vegetables is also included in the lunchbox with two chicken fillets for just HK$43, which I find very reasonable for the quality. The sauce is a bit strong so I can't have it every day. However, once in a while I'll have a craving for it. (I've ordered an extra piece in my lunchbox at about $10 extra.)Worth a try. Apparently, the story behind this shop was that the father of the Boss used to own a chain of Chinese restaurants and left it to Mr. Wing. However, he did not manage those restaurants properly, wasted his time, gambled and eventually squandered the properties away. Mr. Wing later utilized what's left of the wealth to start all over again and developed this Wing's style chicken fillet. I've met him in person at the Landale Street branch. He was extremely polite to everyone and was very hands on. Wing's catering now have a number of branches and there're all very popular. His motto is: Be humble and hardworking.Now that's something to be proud of. 繼續閱讀
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