Met up with my friends to catch a movie and before that, we went to Wan Chai Hong Kong Tea Room @ Lot 1 to have our dinner. I loved the Chicken leg baked rice from there, so I didnt waste time in ordering that for my meal.
The place requires patrons to tick their orders on a slip of paper and walk over to the cashier to place the order. Though they serve the food to the table. A nice touch to the rice was that a bowl of soup accompanied every main you order. The whole meal cost me $9.10, inclusive a GST of 60cents. Chicken Leg Baked Rice
Portion was huge, I managed to eat only 3/4 of the whole plate before I gave up trying to stuff myself. The chicken leg was also big, and the skin was really nice and tasty. Flesh was tender, though it was pretty oily. There were carrots at the side, though I didnt touch them. The amount of cheese was just nice, but rice portion was too much for me. The sauce with the rice was too salty to my liking. Soup
The soup smelt like some herbal concoction of some sort, but it was actually veggies (I presume it was seaweed) soup. There was a very strong taste of seaweed which I disliked, so I drank only 5 mouthfuls of it and as my friend said it was good for health, she drank finished my whole bowl of soup after that.
Overall, satisfying meal as portion is very worth the price; I was really full.