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Wan Chai's Peking Dumpling Wong

One of our memorable restaurant / food discovery during our recent trip to Hong Kong was Peking Dumpling Wong. Truth be told, we decided to get lost in Wan Chai with no specific place in mind. We just followed our grumbling tummies until it led us to Peking Dumpling Wong.


It was almost lunch time when we arrived at Wan Chai and since we only ate "omusubi" and pudding which we bought from the Japanese shop inside iSquare Mall in Tsim Sha Tsui. And we've been walking non-stop the whole morning so we were really famished by the time we arrived at Wan Chai.


There are a lot of restaurants to choose from but we chose Peking Dumpling Wong because there are still available tables and I'm craving for dumplings. However, it was kinda challenging to dine here since the menu are written in Chinese characters and those who are dining inside are all locals. Luckily, daughter knows how to read and speak Mandarin. ;)


I ordered the Pork Dumplings with Noodles, HKD $59. The dumplings and the noodles are freshly made and really, really flavorful. Inside the dumplings are minced pork with chives. There's six pieces of big fat dumplings so its really hard to finish everything since there's also a generous portion of noodles. This was served in a big bowl, just to give you an idea. And had I known that you can just order dumplings, I would've done that. I mean, the lady who joined our table just ordered dumplings- all six pieces of it.


My daughter got the Beef Dumplings with Noodles, HKD $59. It looks the same with what I ordered except for the dumpling which has beef in it. I don't know what happened to my daughter's appetite but she was able to finish her whole bowl of dumplings and noodles. Amazing!


The place was kinda small with only about 7 tables so everyone gets to share the table with a friend or a total hungry stranger. There's only us when we sat down on our table but by the time our orders arrived, we were joined by two pairs of friends. Those seated on our table ordered dumplings only or dumplings with noodles while I saw that there are other dishes being served on other tables. And they eat really, really fast! Maybe its because there's already a queue outside the resto, or that everyone really eat fast except me.


Took a photo of this group of office workers on our way out and I'm so tempted to taste everything on their table! They all look so happy having lunch together. Btw, as soon as one finish eating his/her meal, no need to call the server's attention. Simply go to the cashier which was just near the door.



Another interesting bit I learned about Peking Dumpling Wong is that the lady who makes the dumplings is quite famous since she can make about a hundred dumplings in just a few minutes.

Hoping to visit this place again to try the other dishes.


Peking Dumpling Wong
118 Jaffe Road,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Comments

  1. This is one of our problem whenever we travel, yung menu na walang English translation. Lucky you that your daughter can read and speak Mandarin. Mukhang masikip nga pero kung masarap naman, tiis na lang. :)

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    1. Yes, its hard to dine without English translation on the menu. Happened to us once in Bangkok and syempre lost-in-translation ... we were requesting for not or mild spicy, the opposite was served to us! lol

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  2. A hundred dumplings in a few minutes? WOW!!! She's surely excellent at doing this. Good thing the daughter reads and speaks mandarin! ♥ This is why we never tried dining sa mga ganitong walang english translation nun nasa HK kami kasi baka kung ano lang maorder namin, haha.

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  3. It's 10:47 PM and I'm drooling on those dumplings. Waaa! Well, if the food is great, keri lang makipagsiksikan. Will bookmarked this resto for future Hongkong trip (hopefully soon).

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  4. Ang sarap ng inorder ng work group ha! I'm such a chinese food fan pa naman.

    someone once told me na in HK, mabilisan nga daw. everything is speedier - when you walk the streets, ride the train, etc. kaya kinakabahan ako dalahin ang kids ko jan haha. baka may maiwan.

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  5. Nako hindi ako pwede diyan, ang bagal ko kumain hahaha. Will bookmark this in case we'll go to HK! I love dumplings and sa pics mo pa lang mukhang yummy na!

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