[Food] Authentic Hong Kong Cuisine at EATZ@HongKong

We all know that Hong Kong is a foodie's paradise. It is so famous with its food that some people travel all the way to Hong Kong just to taste the authentic Hong Kong food. But hey, we can get authentic Hong Kong cuisine here in KL, at the newly opened EATZ@HongKong located at Lower Ground Floor, The Gardens Mall.
We love the variety of Hong Kong Food available on the extensive menu of EATZ@HongKong. From light snacks, bun to main, drinks and dessert. Everything here is freshly made from the bustling kitchen of EATZ@HongKong. Multiple whisks whipping up delicate souffles, pot lids rattle as the delicious aroma of curry escapes in a puff of steam and little clinks can be heard as tall glasses are filled with ice and the milky concoction of tea and coffee mixed to perfection.
L: Special advisor and Creative Chef Johnny Wong, EATZ@HongKong
R: Ms Valerie Choo, Managing Director of Simply Awesome Sdn Bhd.

“Everyone has their own interpretation of Hong Kong cuisine. Some say chicken chop or egg tarts and others may say Polo bun or cheese-baked rice and all of them would be right. This is because, Hong Kong has witnessed an ever-evolving menu every decade with the earlier years somewhat replicating a British-style café,” says Ms Valerie Choo, Managing Director of Simply Awesome Sdn Bhd. 

Proudly spearheaded by Head Chef Kak Noor, the kitchen churns out fresh buns and toasts straight from EATZ@HongKong’s ovens and whilst many a grilled-meats come highly recommended, meat-free dishes are available too! “The team behind this outlet, together with special advisor and Creative Chef Johnny Wong from Hong Kong, has worked extensively on the menu which includes the much-loved favourites like Cheese-baked Chicken Cutlet with Rice, French Toast, Curry Seafood Rice and Grilled Fish Fillet with Spaghetti, to vamped up versions of the classics like Prawn Toast, Satay Beef Rice, Polo Bun with Truffle Scrambled Egg, Milk Tea served on a bed of ice, Osmanthus Jelly and Australian Beef Striploin, to name a few,” Choo added.

Chef Johnny has been fundamental in guiding Kak Noor and the whole team, to retain the authenticity of this cuisine, and elevate it to greater heights through the use of only the finest ingredients. Says Kak Noor, “The Malaysian palate is a particularly special one. From sweet to salty, to sour and spicy, we enjoy a variety of flavours, and classic Hong Kong cuisine is especially tantalizing to our taste buds for various reasons.
Firstly, the Cantonese flavours are very much a part of our local Chinese food but a more noteworthy reason is our shared history of colonial rule. Distinct tastes favoured by the ‘Mat Salleh’ has played a highly significant role in what we now refer to as Hong Kong cuisine.” Fresh ingredients are key and diners can be assured that all of the sauces used are made inhouse to the exacting standards of the Head Chef.
We had tried out some of the signature dishes at EATZ@HongKong not long ago. Started off with the smooth and sweet egg tart, pair with Hong Kong Signature Milk Tea/coffee/yin yong. It was indeed a fantastic way to welcome the dinner.
Next, we had tried the juicy Swiss Sauce Chicken Wings, the flavorsome Satay Beef Rice, the irresistible Mala Spicy Jumbo Fish Balls, the comfort Fish Fillet Spaghetti, the delicious and tender Cheese-Baked Chicken Cutlet with Rice, Braised Beef Brisket Rice.
The dinner ended well with some sweet ending. Ms Souffle was fluffy and smooth as you'd expect, Polo bun w. Ice Cream (Strawberry) that is crunchy outside and soft inside. The Red Bean Punch is creamy and not too sweet.
Overall, we had a fantastic dinner at EATZ@HongKong. In fact, it was like going on a journey of a transformed Hong Kong from the era of trishaws and heritage hotels to the megacity of trains and double decker buses that it is today, whilst it’s mirroring wall proudly showcases the city’s renowned delicacies right here in EATZ@HongKong.
Diners would noticed that element in the menu, to the wall murals done in collaboration with local mural artist, Aleff Ahmad. With ample seating in this all-day dining outlet, diners are assured of a comfortable dine-in experience and the outlet also includes a play area to keep all little friends busy. Whether you’ve watched it on television, saw pictures of them on travel and food blogs or even tried them out in the region’s busiest hub itself, you can’t stop yourself from delicious thoughts about savouring some of Hong Kong’s all-time favourites and EATZ@HongKong is the perfect place to realize those scrumptious dreams.
EATZ@HongKong offers a full spectrum of dining choices, be it breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner or just a light meal. The best part is, it is PORK FREE. Come made your way to this lively restaurant to have a taste of Hong Kong now.

EATZ@HongKong

Address : LG-240, Lower Ground Floor, The Gardens Mall, MidValley City
Phone Number : +603 – 2201 0886
Email (Enquiry) : info@eatzhk.com.my
Website : www.eatzhk.com.my
Operating Hours : 8.30am – 10.00pm Daily

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19 comments:

adianiez AIDA said...

Wow! I love chinese food.
Nampak sedap kesemua gambar u upload... The plating is gojes. Itu la sebenarnya yg menjemput kita utk makan. Layanan. Tempat. Portion makanan. Plating :-)

Farhana Jafri said...

nampak sedap dan menarik semua makanan walaupun rasa dia ada sikit berbeza dengan rasa local. Tak familiar sangat dengan makanan HK sebelum ni but now I already know some of it

Faries said...

The taste of Hong Kong look great!I never try Hong Kong food but from the variety that shown in the pictures look very yummy. I should try.hehehhee

Mahamahu said...

Delicious semua makanan kat sini nak pergi Hong Kong susah tak dapat lagi dapat makan pun jadi lah hehehehe puas hati tengok makanannya...

Wan Syahida said...

Wow! No need to go all the way to Hong Kong la like this. Wanna try Hong Kong delicacies, can come right over here. Good thing got children’s play area. Good choice for family outing.

Nina Mirza said...

Wahhh ... Semakin femes EAtZ ni eh
Ramai dok kata sedap. Tak perlu pi hongkong kalau teringin nak rasa food. Hongkong style. Thanks sharing

Ernie Tomo said...

Whoaa so nice! Dah tak perlu pergi ke Hong Kong untuk rasa makanan sana. Tak pernah rasa lagi makanan Hong Kong, tapi tengok gambar semuanya nampak sedap :)

Hanny Abdullh said...

Bukan senang nak cari makanan HK halal. Masa sis ke HK dulu pun mcm tu.. Now dah ada di Malaysia.so senang lah nk makan makanan HK

Mama aiman said...

Dekat malaysia nie mcm2 ade kan,makanan ala thai, makanan ala korea dan sekarang nie makanan ala hongkong..stakat nie blom pena cuba lagi, mayb boleh try sebab nmpk mcm sedap sate tue..

Fadzil Ahmad said...

Wah.
Makanan hong kong. Something new to try. Is it halal food? Spicy and sweet? Tak pernah lagi cuba masakan hong kong ni. Mana tahu boleh jadi my favrot

Mohd Zarin said...

Erm I wonder how hong kong cuisine tasted like. Never been in restaunrant like this before. I would definitely try it some day

adianiez AIDA said...

hi ranechin, answering your query in my comment box.
a set of narinar diffuser & 5 bottles of eo is only RM389.
comprehensive and complete for the whole family :)
me myself have 3 diffusers in the house - for every room.
suitable to diffused the eo during night time - while we're sleeping.
roger me if u interested to buy. no postage fee will be charged :)

precious cla said...

Read the title, I thought it was in HK but nope ! it was in Malaysia. so, skarang memang nak rasa makanan HK dah dekat hehe

mazharalti said...

Yummyliciously looking food worrr... felt like wanna go straight to the cafe... how was the crowd ya?... hopefully it was not too crowded for babies and kids to be brought over there as well...

ummizarra said...

Ingat makan dwkat hong kong. Hehehe tapi menu2 dia nampak menarik semua. Makan dekat sini blh feeling mcm dekat hong kong kan. Ehhhehe

Nadia Johari said...

I masih teringat-ingat lagi makana dia..nanti nak repeat datang sini lagi..sedap semuanya..suka cheese chicken, dan souffle tu..yummy

Aerill Hassan said...

Sedapnya menu tu. Tak payah susah2 nak ke hong kong, pgi je mid valley. Thanks sharing ya.

Zharif Azis said...

Nampak sedap betul menu2 dekat sini Rane. Rasa teringin pula nak datang makan sini. Nanti nak cuba lah bawa satu keluarga makan kat sini

Sharon Lee said...

The food they have looks delicious!! Since I never been to Hong Kong before, I can enjoy some good food here at Eatz Hong Kong.

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