Last Friday (19-Sep-2008), I had my lunch with my friend at HK Wong Kok, Queensbay Mall, Penang. Friday is a good day for restaurants there as many factory workers and slaves like me like to go there for slightly “luxury” lunch. Many restaurants had been queued up so we quickly picked HK Wong Kok even though it is almost full as well.
We ordered the following items and luckily the wait was not long:
元肉冬瓜水 Logan Winter Melon (RM3.90) – A herbal drink served chill.
沙参玉竹马蹄露水 Chestnul Herbal (RM 3.90) – A herbal drink served chill.
招牌炒饭 Salt Egg Fried Rice (RM9.50) – A tasty fried rice mixed with chicken, vegetables, salt eggs, and prawns.
正宗香港波罗包 Po Lou Custard (RM1.50 each) – A must try side order when visiting the restaurant.
招牌鲜虾云吞面 Wanton Noodle (RM8.30) – Another specialty of the restaurant even though the noodle is kind of small for big tummy like me.
上海菜肉锅贴 Pork Chinese Dumpling (RM6.00) – A tasty dumpling stuffed with pork and vegetables.
Definitely the price is at higher end. There is even a fried rice called “Rich man fried rice” (有钱人炒饭) which costs about RM16.90 excluding 10% service tax. With the same price, you most probably can eat 4 plates at hawker stall until enter ambulance car. However, you should try their custards especially the Po Lou Custard as recommended by my friend. I also noticed many people order custards at a counter in front.