Last meal in Hong Kong was at Lok Heung Yuen Coffee Shop, a small hole-in-the-wall spot known for scrambled eggs on rice. I read that it’s popular for lunch, with long lines for food. We came for dinner and got a table with no wait. There were some people eating dinner there after work.
Their popular item is the BBQ pork and scrambled egg on rice. It’s very simple, but so darn good. That runny egg. Other diners ordered this too.
My father wanted the shrimp and scrambled egg, but they were sold out. Instead, he ordered the sliced beef and scrambled egg on rice.
My brother went a different route with the fresh tomato sauce with minced beef on rice. He said it tasted like canned tomato sauce and not great compared to their scrambled egg rice.
At $38 each, it was satisfying. No vegetables though.
Lok Heung Yuen Coffee Shop
No. 8-12 Gilman’s Bazaar
Hong Kong Island, Central