Hubby and I came across this new stall in Koufu food court at the basement of Anchorpoint. Apparently, Wing Si 荣式 is a popular chain of tea cafes ( 茶餐厅 cha chaan teng) in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, they are known as Wing’s Catering. Their specialty item is grilled chicken chop.
Choose between rice or instant noodles paired with various permutations of chicken chop, pork chop, sausage, chicken wing, and fried prawn fritter.
I tried the pork chop with sausages & rice. Unfortunately, the 2 slices of pork chop were thin and rather dry.
Thankfully, the deep fried sausages were sinfully crisp and tasty. And I like the moist and fluffy rice topped with sweet-salty soy gravy and preserved Sichuan pickles. The set comes with a bowl of cabbage and carrot soup.
Hubby went for the signature chicken chop, which really lives up to its name. The chicken chop — generously seasoned with black pepper — was satisfyingly juicy, tender, and very flavorful.
But the fried instant noodles were CRAZY SPICY! Those who love their food super spicy might enjoy it, but it was WAY too hot for my comfort level.
If I eat here next time, I’ll go for the chicken chop rice instead.
Wing Si 荣式
Koufu Food Court
370 Alexandra Road
*Not sure about this stall’s opening times, but the foodcourt is open daily from 8.45am to 10pm.