King’s Garden Restaurant is a stellar example of Hong Kong’s buzzing hot pot scene. Only the freshest, most succulent ingredients take a good hot bath in the most flavourful broths at this Wan Chai Chinese restaurant. Signature dishes like three fried bean curd, hand-cut prime beef, and the fire seafood soup have made King’s Garden a name for itself. Found along Jaffe Road, it’s often hard to get a table at this popular hot pot restaurant, so be sure to reserve well in advance.
東來居火鍋料理是香港芸芸火鍋店的星級之選，坐立於灣仔謝菲道。餐廳火速 爆滿，要一嚐新鮮火鍋食材及各式滋味湯底，或是招牌小食三炒腐皮，緊記提 早訂座。
The lobster soup and sea crab soup are enough to get the mouths of Hong Kong’s hot pot fans watering. It’s a crowded scene, but King’s Garden Restaurant, along the exceptionally hot pot restaurant-crowded stretch of Jaffe Road in Wan Chai, makes many a food bloggers’ top ten when it comes to the fun, social dining experience of Chinese hot pot. There’s something primal about dunking cuts of prime beef, fresh seafood and vegetables into a flaming bowl of broth set into your table, and let us warn you that tables are at a premium at King’s Garden, whose small premises in the ground floor of Hong Kong’s King’s Hotel contain only ten tables and two private rooms. Did we mention you should book in advance?
Much of what’s on offer at King’s Garden restaurant is homemade, from the pastes that are responsible for this Chinese hot pot restaurant’s renowned soup broths, to the innovative dumplings (the black truffle and shrimp wontons are a luxuriant treat). Add these to a literally flaming (yes, on fire) king prawn soup and you’ve got a hot pot experience that most of King’s Garden’s Wan Chai rivals would struggle to top. Hot pot tip for Hong Kong diners: come on down to this Jaffe Road hot pot spot after 9pm and get a massive discount!
手切極品牛肉、火焰海鮮湯底，加上創意黑松露及鮮蝦餃子，東來居火鍋料理 為灣仔謝菲道王子酒店招來不少人氣。晚上九時後入座，更可享有折扣優惠， 簡直寵壞香港食家的味蕾！