24 November 2011

Guangdong Berbecue

Cyberedhoy, Hongkong
19.11.11

Gue mampir ke resto Guangdong Berbecue pas makan malam dengan Lydia, resto ini tepat di sebelah hotel tempat kita 'nginep. Dan kalo pagi kita keluar belum buka, jadi baru sempat mampir pas malem begini deh. Pegawai mereka ramah, karena kita gak bisa membaca menu-menu China, kami diberi harga meningkat dari versi bahasa Inggris dan terbatas pilihan. Dengan 100 HKD untuk piring kecil dari 4-5 potongan ayam, daging babi panggang dan panggang angsa terlihat lebih mahal dibandingkan dengan tempat-tempat lain yang menawarkan makanan yang sama, dan ada pajak 10% untuk service segala. Kalau rasa sih biasa aja menurut gue, hanya karena laper jadi hajar aja bleh. hihi...



Eniwei, here some comments from trip advisor :

My first impression was that it was extremely cramped. The display outside looked enticing enough, so we made our way inside. Tables are smallish and there was obviously no space so we were ushered into an adjoining room, not as packed but equally as untidy as the first one (I guess that's normal for most hole-in-the-wall places in HK).

We then waited for our English menu to be handed then pointed to our orders - an order of roast duck, an order of suckling pig, and an order of broccoli flowers in garlic. Each of those mains cost about HKD70, comes with a bowl of white rice though, while the broccoli flowers cost about HKD60.

Our order comes after about fifteen minutes and while my bf is wolfing down our order, I look around and notice all the leftover food under the tables that have not been swept or tidied up. Hmmm I say.. food is good enough but not particularly enjoyable if you prefer a more hygienic experience. I'd go back for the horseradish-type mustard though (think it's called English Mustard).








Written & photos by Edhoy.
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