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Kin's Kitchen


314-324 Hennessy Rd, 灣仔
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Kin’s Kitchen is traditional Cantonese food that’s neither fine dining nor casual. Basically, it’s like what your Cantonese grandmother would cook, if you had one. There’s a mix of super traditional (their smoked soy sauce chicken is legendary) and less so (steamed minced pork with squid ink and egg), but it never ends up feeling stuffy or boring. This one is a bit under the radar, but worth checking out.

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