Chao and Hak has 3 locations all over Hong Kong – North Point, Sheung Shui, and Diamond Hill . They specialize in Chiu Chow cuisine. We came to the Sheung Shui location for some dim sum.
There was a large line up and getting a table for 5 took quite some time. If you come at 12 or 1pm, you will have to wait for a table.
The interior has a lot of tables and has a nice elegant decor.
Fried fish, bittermelon and vegetables in black bean sauce was not my favorite dish because I dislike bittermelon and bones. It’s also not kid-friendly either since its hard to find those small bones.
Marinated Pork Hock are the joints of the foot of the pig. You get a lot of flavourful skin, fat, tendon and bits of tender meat.
Pickled Jelly fish and Pork skin and meat in jelly tasted really good. It’s a dish served cold and makes for a great appetizer.
Pig ear, marinated egg, duck and pork sausage was quite an oily dish. This dish is great for sharing with others at the table.
Marinated eggs, beef, and marinated tofu with a side of vinegar. I enjoyed it!
Spring rolls were cool and long like bread sticks. No one else at the table seemed to like it, so I ate a majority of it.
Sui Mai was ok. We had to wait a long time for it and it was a bit disappointing.
Minced Meatball also took a long time to arrive. It was very moist and flavourful.
Xiao Long Bao was the last dish to arrive. We had high hopes for this dish, but was not what we were expecting.
Overall, the marinated appetizer dishes were very good, but the steamed dim sum items were very disappointing. Also the service was very slow.
We Rate Chao and Hak:
Shop 501, 5/F, Landmark North, No. 39 Lung Sum Avenue,