Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant
Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant is still one of the most popular Chinese restaurants on the island, which isn’t surprising given its wide range of delicious Cantonese delights. You won’t be disappointed if you order the restaurant’s roasted pork belly; the skin is cooked to a nice crisp while the meat remains succulent and tender. For a dose of seafood, the baked rock oyster with salted egg yolk is done just right and served piping hot. It’s interesting how the chef pairs it with salted egg yolk, which adds to the distinctive flavour and leaves you wanting more. This is a Cantonese restaurant, after all, so soups are a must. The double-boiled whole yellow melon soup with mixed seafood is served in a scooped-out melon with an umami rich broth—simple and delicious. A limited wine list is available. Staff are polite and do their best to attend to diners, even when the restaurant is packed.
If you want more personalised service away from the crowd, make a reservation for one of the private rooms.
1. Baked barbecued pork buns (available during lunch only) 2. Braised bird’s nest wrapped in egg white in red carrot soup 3. Roasted pork
4. Ice cream with avocado cream