I was in Hong Kong for the night staying near Temple Street. Searching for a dinner place Wing Fatt caught our attention with their open-air environment and live seafood swimming inside plastic tubs.
Something I rarely eat and enjoy. The Pig's Blood here did not contain any foul smell that I usually taste when eating it
Braised Intestines and Goose Meat
The Intestines were good. It was tender and was cleaned well and did not have any foul smell. The Goose Meat was also very tender. Their Chiu Chow Braised Gravy however was a little light in flavor.
Fried Chicken Cartilage with Garlic
My favorite. I liked the crunchy texture of the Softbones which were made even crunchier from being Deep Fried. It was served with a sauce that tasted similar to Japanese Katsudon Sauce.
Stir-Fried Bok Choy with Garlic
The Bok Choy was overcooked leaving the vegetables limp and pale. It was also a little over-salted
Sauteed Razor Clams with Black Bean Sauce
The Clams were cooked just right but somehow the Black Bean Sauce wasn't very good with the Clams
Steam Prawns with Garlic
The Prawns were not fresh and was very chewy and had a powdery texture
Overall the food at Wing Fatt wasn't very good particularly their seafood dishes we ordered. The only thing I really enjoyed were their Braised Intestines and Chicken Cartilage.
Price: $ (Approximately USD $15 per person)
Address: around 183 Temple St, Yau Tsim Mong, Hong Kong SAR