|Lining up outside Lau Sum Kee and the resident cat has disappeared...|
|Shrimp roe noodles with a side of braised beef tendon|
|Crunchy cow stomach and tender beef on a bed of choi sum|
The beef tendon was excellent, full of flavour, while the cow stomach was a winner, because it was crunchy, contrasting with tender beef slices. Dipped in a slightly spicy soy sauce was a fantastic combination.
|The heart attack-inducing French toast with kaya spread|
However, the other thing to eat here is the French toast -- the Hong Kong style one which is deep-fried in an egg batter. YTSL had one with kaya spread in the middle, while I opted instead for kaya toast which came on a thick piece of toasted bread.
|More customers lined up outside Wai Kee for a bite to eat|
|Celebrities have come to Pei Ho Restaurant to see Ming Gor|