Saturday, July 14, 2012

喜喜 燒臘茶餐廳 Hay Hay Restaurant

hay hay roast duck

When my sister went to Hong Kong, Hay Hay Restaurant was the one place she remembered having really good roasted duck from. The food was actually quite satisfying, but the place didn’t really have a good ambiance (then again, this is Hong Kong we’re talking about ). And their food is quite expensive compared to Tim Ho Wan.

I’ve read in Open Rice that someone had food poisoning from the restaurant , but our experience was a pretty good one. I have a weak stomach, but I didn’t get sick from eating there at all. In fact, I enjoyed the cuisine at that little place, and they did serve some pretty good roasted duck.

hay hay milktea

If you want to check it out yourself and make your own conclusions, they’re located at 72-86 Lockhard Road in Wan Chai. I don’t think it’s as bad as some people say they are, but then again, there are a lot of Chinese barbeque places in Hong Kong, so you wouldn’t miss anything if you decide not to go to Hay Hay.

I miss Hong Kong though. A lot.


  1. :o whats that drink? it looks interesting... and it's making me thirsty :c

    1. It's cold milk tea~ (☆´・ω・`)_且~ They call it "Dong Nai Cha", but it's basically brewed tea leaves with milk. In some places in Hong Kong, they add coffee to the drink, making it extra caffeinated~ ヾ(・ω・`。)

    2. oh it's milk tea :D I've had that~ usually when we go to a Chinese or Vietnamese restaurant :o one of moms faves.

      ... >_> ... now I'm craving Thai Iced Tea...

    3. (;*´Д`)ノ Vietnamese milk tea is a little too strong for me... it always feels like I had a shot of espresso, and I become really hyper. ヾ(☆▽☆)

    4. haha xD my mom likes it strong so she prefers the Viet one, I like the Chinese milk teas :D but for me milk tea < chai tea < Thai tea 8D