You know what I love about local Hong Kong restaurants? Aside from the ghettoness? The good food of course! I’ve been having the claypot craving for a lonnnng time now, so when I was told about this awesome place in Kowloon I had to go.
Okay hold, let’s back up here. What exactly clay pot rice? Well refer to the main picture. It’s basically rice and a meat of your choosing (or meats) cooked in a claypot. The taste I can guarantee is something you have never had before. And that’s why it’s my favorite. The one we got was sausage plus pork ribs, one of my favorite combos. Note – we probably over did the soy sauce:
Hhaha. no matter. Because we were prepared, by ordering the veggie soup! It was very good, didn’t have much oil nor MSG. Loved it. I think next time though we can probably order one claypot per person, instead of sharing one.
There were a lot of rice, but….it’s manageable.
We also ordered a “side dish”, which was also one of their more famous dishes. It was the fried oysters.
I was really hungry so it’s probably why I think it was the bomb. But then everyone else was ordering it so it can’t be THAT bad.
Oh crap, this place is called Four Seasons. Not the hotel. Pretty sure they don’t have a website, but they are on open rice so you can check out the reviews…if you read the reviews yeah it seems average…but I don’t know. I liked it.
The address of this place is:
46-58 Arthur Street, Yau Ma Tei
Oh, and don’t expect anything fancy here:
Written from Hong Kong, Home on September 10, 2015
Categories: Hong Kong