The honey-glazed barbecued pork at Woo Cheong Tea House was succulent, thickly sliced and had a nice amount of char. Photo: Susan Jung
The honey-glazed barbecued pork at Woo Cheong Tea House was succulent, thickly sliced and had a nice amount of char. Photo: Susan Jung

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New Hong Kong restaurant review: Woo Cheong Tea House – stewed chicken in clay pot at Wan Chai spot was perfect, but skip the egg tarts

  • Almost everything we tried at the new Cantonese restaurant, which takes the place of The Pawn in Wan Chai, was good, save for the too-sweet Bailey’s egg tarts
  • Don’t expect to be able to read the menu if you go at night, but do get the stewed chicken in clay pot with abalone, ginger and spring onions

Topic |   Chinese cuisine
The honey-glazed barbecued pork at Woo Cheong Tea House was succulent, thickly sliced and had a nice amount of char. Photo: Susan Jung
The honey-glazed barbecued pork at Woo Cheong Tea House was succulent, thickly sliced and had a nice amount of char. Photo: Susan Jung
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