I've been trying to cut down on meat in my diet for about a year, and I've been doing a fairly good job of it. Coming up with exciting recipes that have that satisfying bite is always tricky.
That's why I'm over the moon to find this little gem of a restaurant, as recommend by Tung Chung Tower Communities member Smita Agarwal. It's an absolute gem! We ordered some spring rolls, a hotdog and a chicken and cheese pizza. The food here is properly good. The spring rolls crispy with a nice sweet dipping sauce. You get 8 little rolls. The hotdog was a giant oozing pickle and cheese sauce festival! The pizza was great - super cheesy with the cheese doing that thing cheese on pizza does in commercials when you lift up a slice. It was quite small but equally was only $88, so fair play. We finished up with the spicy meatballs and loved them. They were indeed spicy, with delicious Sichuan undertones and a great texture.
The staff here are lovely and their English is great, which is useful for non-Canto speakers like me. Anson, the owner's brother, is such a brilliant foodie/ beer head, and was talking us through their not insignificant craft beer selection. For a place like this to have craft beer is such a bonus. Most of the larger restaurants in Tung Chung can only muster up a Stella.
I went for Little Creatures on draft for a mere $38 a glass with bottled beers hovering around the $18 mark. There is also non-alcoholic beer should you want to drive there. If you order 3 drinks you get one free!
It's about a 20 minute walk from Tung Chung MTR. Google Tung Chung Fort, and it's just a few doors down from there.
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