A Feast of Colour
In Choi Hung Estate, there is an eatery which opened more than 58 years ago and remains jam-packed to this very day. Kam Pik Restaurant has been in business since the completion of Kam Pik House in Choi Hung Estate in 1964. Mr Yuen Chau, the owner at that time, actively took part in the public affairs of the estate, and had one of the biggest hearts of anyone there. The siblings of the Yuen family have been helping out at the restaurant since they were little. They took over their father’s business after Mr Yuen passed away, working together to preserve classic dishes. In this episode, apart from discovering the story of this time-honoured eatery, we will also show viewers how four of the traditional dishes on the menu are prepared, including soy sauce chicken, fried wontons with sweet and sour sauce, fried crab claws, and ketchup prawns. It’s guaranteed to be a feast for the stomach as well as the eyes.
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