With the supermarket open till late on a Sunday the plan was to get some dinner quickly and then do a supermarket shop so there would be no eating out for the coming week; at least until the weekend. Although I remember now I have dinner plans on Thursday with Charlotte and Steve is out then to. Oh well, we have good intentions!
We've been to Pacific BBQ on Victoria Street and there is a second branch in the city really close to the supermarket so it was the obvious choice. We ordered the 4 roast platter; soya chicken, roast duck, char siu and crispy pork and some Chinese broccoli which we had with fried rice. It came very quickly and we enjoyed it very much. The char siu was sweet and sticky. The crispy pork had the melt in mouth quality but could do with a little bit more crispiness. The duck was good; a few pieces were lacking in meat and were just bone. The chicken was juicy and succulent. Chinese broccoli was done in garlic and was crunchy and just right. If you look around all the patrons in the place, you'll see 90% enjoying Chinese roast meat so it's good to follow suit. There are lots of other options as is common in Hong Kong style cafés including the spam sandwich and the Hong Kong mixed tea and coffee but I think we'll stick to the roasts as they're so good.
Any potential visitors coming out to see us and reading this blog better make a note of where you want to eat so we can take you!