Kwun Kee Restaurant
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Kwun Kee Restaurant information
Hong Kong’s top brass make pilgrimages to this local place for its claypot rice (HK$40 to HK$60, available only at dinner) – a meal-in-one in which rice and toppings such as chicken are cooked in claypots over charcoal stoves until the grains are infused with the juices of the meat and a layer of crackle is formed at the bottom of the pot.