I pretty much went straight from Hong Kong airport to Kau Kee Beef Noodles in Central.
I don’t know exactly why I decided to go to Kau Kee for my first meal in Hong Kong, but I can tell you that it’s not a bad choice. Kau Kee is a short hike from Central on the shortish Gough street. The area is a shock full of amazing adresses.
We got there around 6 PM and the restaurant was full. Luckily, we didn’t have to wait too long to get a seat at a shared table.
I ordered the beef brisket with e-fu noodles.
The brisket was tender and had that melt in your mouth quality. The e-fu noodles were a perfect combination with the subtle beef stock.
Well… I also ordered the beef tendon curry with flat noodles.
The curry packed a serious punch. Coming from Japan, I was surprised by how spicy the dish was. Yes, I ordered both…
If time is limited, go for both, you will regret it if you don’t. I went back in the area around lunch time, there was in big line in front of the shop. Is it worth the wait, you bet.
Kau Kee Beef Noodles
21, Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong