Dined here again, this time with more friends in tow! (Read about my last visit here.)
I think this was called “Deep Fried Mozzarella Wanton” or something, so I was expecting mozzarella balls in there. Turns out it was the usual wantons, with some cheese mixed into the prawn paste. Still, deep fried food is deep fried food.
The spicy fried squid turned out not to be spicy after all. And don’t worry, we weren’t cheated of the quantity. This was taken after a few pieces had already been consumed!
Crab roe sitting atop half an egg, hence “Eggs Two Ways” or something like that. I’ll try to remember the names next time!
I remember the name of this dish as it was quite funny – “Mr. Law’s Scrambled Eggs”. In fact my friend ordered this dish solely because of its name. Luckily it wasn’t all gimmicky. It was simple but comforting scrambled eggs, very popular in HK-style diners, and that piece of toast was incredibly buttery – just how I like it.
Cheesy chicken noodles again! Probably not much nutritional value, but tastes oh-so-good.
This was called “Giant Toast Over Bread with Soft Shell Crab Curry” or thereabouts. It’s basically a loaf of white bread that hadn’t been sliced, with the centre carved out, then filled with rice and topped with soft shell crab and a curry sauce. Typical of HK-style curries, this one was more sweet than spicy, and the crab was flavourful. There wasn’t quite enough of it to go around, but for the price of the dish, I can’t really complain.
Law Mark Kee serves dessert too (mostly ice-cream and toast-based dishes), but since that day was my friends’ last day in town, they wanted something more traditional, so we headed elsewhere for the sweet stuff. I’ll try their banana split some other time!
Law Mark Kee 羅麥記
Shop 1402, 14/F., Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
Tel: 2601 2382