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港鐵香港站 C 出口, 步行約8分鐘 繼續閱讀
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等級6 2019-10-23
902 瀏覽
契娘壽辰,契爹爹及兩位愛女專登揀咗間人氣新店「Birdie」,一家十二口去開P,食佢最愛嘅日式串燒雞。店子位於樓梯街(又稱「石板街」)上一幢新進食廈「H Code」內,地點其實唔係咁就腳,老人家行上行落可算甚有難度,飯前飯後飲多咗兩杯就更加屬高危地帶。樓上串燒店光線充裕,中央大型嘅弧形開放式廚房被十八個吧位圍繞著,食客可邊飲、邊食、邊睇住師傅們燒煮食物。圍牆及窗邊則有幾張合併式嘅二至多人散座,當晚十二人就被安排入座其中兩張六人枱。落地玻璃身後有個小露台,相信係為方便煙民而設。店內四周十分簡潔,用上嘅簡單佈置均與燒鳥及雞雞有關。木造嘅餐桌上擺放有牙籤及竹籤桶。每個位前亦有齊備嘅自用餐具、乾紙巾、濕紙巾、調味醬。設計最具心思就係個超衛生嘅筷子座。餐牌道出餐店黃昏六時開門,亦即只做晚市,據悉分六點及九點兩輪。如店名所示,餐廳主打雞隻不同部位之串燒菜式。另外都有提供牛、豬、蔬菜、小食、飯麵、甜品嘅項目。飲品方面不時會有季節限定嘅日本清酒及特價推介。其餘長期都有嘅洋酒、清酒、汽水等則有三頁之多。貴客如欲自攜佳釀,開瓶費為$200/一樽375mL或以下、$300/一樽750mL或以下、$500/一樽1800mL。主人家非常客氣,除咗任君選擇喜好之串燒及小食之外,仲開咗兩樽味道濃郁嘅秋季限定日本清酒「鶴齢 特別純米 ひやおろし」($550)及「阿部勘 純米吟醸 秋あがり」($550)。春菊及水菜沙律($75):翠綠嘅春菊及水菜沙律十分清爽清脆,不過點菜時唔知入面係有魚仔嘅,到契姑姐分咗落碟時先留意到,最怕浪費食物嘅XO仔當然係吞哂落肚,但因個人對魚仔都幾抗拒吓,故在此建議餐店應於餐牌上註明這點。食串燒有度好,就係自己鍾意食乜就點乜,每人一串最簡易衛生,就連額外添加嘅調味都係各自為政。雞腎($38/串):內臟明顯唔係人人啱,但就食正小肥嗰範。雞腎爽脆彈牙,不用多點醬汁已夠惹味,送酒一流!雞尾($38/串):尖尖嘅雞尾不單燒至外表金黃,入口油潤軟嫩,香濃可口,絕對值得encore!雞軟骨($38/串):串燒雞軟骨乾巧之餘仲超級脆卜卜,同樣屬送酒佳品。吉列雞軟骨($60):相比起下,吉列雞軟骨因炸皮偏厚,咬落則較腍且冇咁脆口,不過敗筆在於預先淋面嘅甜醬過多,其甜味亦實在過濃,顯然伴配嘅芥辣亦用不著,解決方法其實可考慮將甜醬好似芥辣咁喺碟旁分開伴配。雞皮($38/串):串燒雞皮質感微脆油潤,但入口唔會過份油膩,可惜塗面嘅甜豉油同吉列雞軟骨嗰啲一樣過甜,直令串燒失色不少。甘口唐揚炸雞翼($60/串):原隻唐揚炸雞翼成條竹籤咁長,夠哂震撼!熱辣辣嘅炸雞翼炸皮鬆脆香口,雞肉軟嫩多汁,不過大家一定要襯熱食,唔係就會好快腍。雞翼($38/串):鹽燒雞翼同炸雞翼嘅外觀極之不同,前者感覺有啲肥肥矮矮,後者則為高高瘦瘦。肥肥矮矮嘅鹽燒雞翼皮薄香脆,肉質亦軟潤可口。免治雞肉($45/串):免治雞肉棒雖則柔軟香潤,而且帶有微微脆口,XO仔只係略嫌欠咗個可增加香滑嘅「月見蛋黃醬」,人家畫龍點睛就係靠嗰隻蛋黃。豚五花腩($38/串):細佬做過功課,得知燒雞店嘅非雞菜式未為最佳,所以都只係點咗最大路嘅豚五花腩黎試。每串兩件嘅五花腩爽厚潤澤,絕對食得過!雞頸($40/串):如相所示,雞頸色澤可以話係咁多串入面最白嘅一款,入口更最為乾嚡,如果唔係服務生講明係雞頸的話,大小雙肥都覺得自己食緊雞胸肉囉,請恕小弟未能推介。雞腿($45/串):意外地,雞腿肉厚身得黎肉汁似乎喺燒煮時大量流失,因為雞肉較實同乾,當真不吃也吧。親子丼($75):講真以$75一碗丼丼黎講,這碗親子丼實在係堅細碗,但係丼品入面嘅飯底粒粒飽滿肥潤,最正就係鮮黃滑溜嘅仔仔滑蛋,唯一要再扣下分數嘅就係媽媽(可能係爸爸嘅。。。)雞肉嚡咗少少。中環新興熱店「Birdie」位置雖然有點交通不便,但勝在抽氣不錯,又夠氣氛,服務生態度亦比預期良好。最重要一環嘅主題串燒即叫即煮,熱力十足,價格大多都好合理,多款雞肉及雞內臟串燒嘅質素及調味就有啲參差;值得推介嘅有雞腎、雞尾、雞翼,但亦有部份如雞皮、雞頸、雞腿等需要調整。因考慮到進步空間仍有許多,XO仔最終決定首次光臨先俾OK評,希望下次再幫襯時有驚喜後,可以補多篇評。 繼續閱讀
等級3 2019-10-21
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Summary: Still packed every night months after its opening, Birdie delivers tasty yakitori that i'm just not sure is worth the price. Good food, solid drinks, and attentive service make for a great celebration venue, but if you're just looking for just some decent yakitori, there are other places. Check it out when (if) the hype dies down.We have been trying to get a booking at Birdie for weeks now, and this time, we succeeded by calling on Monday for a Thursday 8pm spot; i couldn't tell you another yakitori spot in HK that gets this kind of attention. I get it though; on the top floor of the uber-hip H Code Japanese restaurant/bar complex, its part of the 298 Nikuya family, and is izakaya-food polished to a mirror shine. Cool interior, tight, focused menu, full drinks list, it's built to impress. They're not related, but it actually reminds me a lot of Nojo on the ground floor of H Code; from the lighting to the menu. Service was knowledgeable and attentive, and i liked how they staggered the food a bit rather than rushing everything out like a lot of izakayas do. We sat around the grill peninsula, so our yakitori should have been as fresh as they make them:Here's the menu: kushiyaki and side dishesDrinks menu: pretty reasonably priced i think, and the fresh lemon sours are deliciousHere's what we had: Deep-Fried Tofu If you like pure tofu, you'll enjoy this dish, which is nothing more than fried (lightly and beautifully it must be said) tofu. The garnish adds some crispiness and complexity, but not much flavor. No surprises here.Potato SaladI have probably mentioned how I always order potato salad at izakayas - it's like my shrimp dumpling (har kow) test for Japanese casual eateries. Birdie has an excellent potato salad - diced cucumbers and unmashed potato chunks give it some varied texture, and the onsen egg on top was icing. Seasoning is perfect, and the mayo was not heavy-handed, leaving it chunky but not dry.Chicken Liver PateLove how they provide warm, toasted bread along with this pretty great pate. Creamy and rich, but not gamey. Nothing surprising, but If you like pate this is solid.Mixed Yakitori; Clockwise from Top LeftChicken Soft BoneChicken SkinChicken LiverChicken GizzardChicken Thigh (not pictured)All average to above-average yakitori, though I wish they gave the option of salt/sauce (shio/tare). We prefer salt in almost every case, and they add to that preference by overdoing it on the sauce in virtually every case. The chicken skin was the one exception, as it was dripping in sauce yet was still crispy and not overwhelmed. The liver was too saucy for me, while the gizzard was perfectly cooked (just salted thank god) and bouncy. I forgot to take a picture of the chicken thigh, but it's a must-order; salted and incredibly juicy, it's what grilled chicken is supposed to taste like.Leeks with Pork / Pancetta with Mozzarella The pork with leeks were drenched in sauce and a bit chewy, so I'd probably avoid that. However, to my everlasting surprise, the pancetta and cheese really works. It's a firm, dry mozzarella, so even after grillingit retains some bite, providing a foundation for the bacon to work its salty magic. The cheese doesn't ooze away, and while it's not tough, you'll chew through it several times wondering how it's still in one piece. It's a less explosive, less tart version of bacon-wrapped tomatoes. Corn and TsukuneBoth of these soaked in sauce, though they come out okay. The tsukune mixture itself seems to have egg added to it, making it fluffier and less-dense texture than usual chicken meatballs. No raw egg on the side for that reason.Grilled RiceballExpensive at 40$ but they put a lot of time into grilling it, giving it a wonderful, even crunch all-around. Wrapped with 2 shiso leaves, I'm not sure it's worth the price but it's definitely good.Overall, Birdie isn't bad. Not sure why they feel like bathing yakitori in sauce is a thing,  but apart from that, the food is above average. Nothing made me go "wow," but they execute their dishes confidently and with some style. The menu is well thought out, with an interesting variety of both grilled items and appetizers. In terms of pricing, you'll need to order more than you think; we ate a fried chicken sandwich at The Chicken Bar downstairs just before dinner, and we were still barely satisfied after we finished. Our meal came out to 850 for the 2 of us with 1 drink each - I'd imagine for a full meal and 2-3 drinks each, we're talking about 600-700 pp, though you can probably get away with 500 if you're not drinking much. I'm not sure a meal at Birdie is worth that much, and with how hard it is to get a reservation, I rate it as a solid yakitori joint in a city full of solid yakitori joints. Give it a shot if you're a fan of kushiyaki, but maybe when the lines die down... it's not worth the fight. 繼續閱讀
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等級4 2019-09-30
769 瀏覽
• 親子丼 🐣🍳•💵Price: $75🍴Food: 4/5❤️-原來好多人唔知親子丼呢個名既由來,其實係講緊丼入面同時包含雞肉同雞蛋🥚或者係三文魚同三文魚子阿🤭Anyway呢度既親子丼就得雞肉同雞蛋姐,份量好細碗咋!一個人食都嫌少🤭不過真係好好食!雞肉同雞蛋都好嫩滑,再加上有好夾既醬汁,撈哂落啲飯度會有少少似湯飯咁,而我就係最喜歡呢個口感同味道喇🤤-• 雞肝醬多士🐣•💵Price: $85🍴Food: 3/5❤️-比鵝肝乾身,但味道都好香濃,個一碗仔既雞肝醬其實都算多,蘸哂啲多士都仲有好多剩🤭- 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2019-09-15
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Food was nice here but a bit pricey. I like all of their skewers!! It was so good, they matched the food with the right sauces and I can feel that they used their heart to grill the food. Not like those outside just grill quickly and gave the food to you.If they have discount in the future, I will come back again.Overall, it was a nice one!!! 繼續閱讀
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等級3 2019-09-11
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[🇭🇰香港- 中環].即叫即燒係基本,賣點係用備長炭嚟燒;雞尾,雞腿,免治雞肉都好好吃,燒得香口,調味岩好,唔會話太鹹/醬汁太濃搶曬完本嘅鮮味🤤而鵪鶉腿肉同胸肉都唔錯但相比下就冇咁嫩滑;雖然主打食雞嘅串燒,但估唔到牛同豬串都有驚喜,尤其個和牛壽喜燒串好正,薄和牛片好有肉香,一個包住金菇,另一個包住韮菜,加埋蛋黃汁,口感更滑,層次更多;整體食物質素好高,超級推薦👍🏻.🔻🍽 Birdie📌 地址: 中環砵甸乍街45號The Steps ‧ H Code 9樓.#tummysready #tummysreadytoeat #tummysreadyinhongkong #tummysreadyatcentral #tummysreadyforyakitori #tummysreadyforjapanese 繼續閱讀
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