Tsui Wah Restaurant 翠華餐廳 (翠華餐廳)

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Details
Level 8, Departures, Terminal 1,Hong Kong International Airport, Chek Lap Kok
Chek Lap Kok,
+852 2261 0306
Hong Kong
Hours
Mon–Sun: 6:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • The milk tea u should try...
  • Pretty standard Tsui Wah. Dependable for your HK canto dishes. Large and open space with lots of room for groups. Come here if you need a last milk tea or a wonton noodle before you leave HK.
  • They have these set breakfasts with "Non-Environmental Damage Egg". Not sure what it means something to do "non-polluted farms". You would think they could get someone to proof read their English!
  • Must have if u comr into hk, if u dun it was just same as u nvr visited hk
  • The Filet Mignon with black pepper sauce is amazing!
  • Try the Hainan chicken rice! BTW. This place is super convenient for passengers of connecting flights.
  • Keep it simple: Iced Horlicks drink, Cantonese milk tea (much thicker than the usual southeast Asia style), egg sandwich (off menu)
  • Service is extremely terrible. Crispy bun was also terrible - not crispy but rather dry and there's almost no butter on it. Seems quality declined a lot
  • Not as good as expected...
  • Milk tea and traditional HK milk bun! Crispy and cute!
  • Must try their local chinese fast food. I like their beef brisket noodles, fried rice , pork baked rice in tomato sauce, and milk tea!
  • Surprisingly good iced coffee
  • Excellent crispy buns as always ^____^
  • The chilled champagne milk tea is really good!
  • Try the champagne milk tea! It's awesome.
  • When heading back to China - drop by Mannings, the best place to stock up on over-the-counter pills & syrups for coughs, colds & flu - meds which would otherwise cost a fortune on the mainland.
  • Try the milk tea.
  • Pork chop bun - add a slice of tomato. Do it.
  • Good for a quick meal, although you'll have to be on top of the waiters
  • Pineapple bun with butter, crispy bun with condensed milk and milk tea with real condensed milk!