There’s always an excuse for hotpot, no matter what time of the year it may be and especially at Megan’s Kitchen on Wan Chai Road. In a place like Hong Kong where a smorgasbord of hotpot restaurants are dotted all over the city, Megan’s Kitchen reigns supreme with its broad selection of high-quality meats and innovative broths. Some of the latter may sound odd to the uninitiated, but there must be a reason why regulars rave about the tom yum koong cappuccino and Malaysian satay soup bases at this Wan Chai gem. Why not book a table with us and find out?
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We loved the food here. It was worth the money we paid and we had a great time. The quality and the taste were all amazing.
The food was good, the services were great. Variety of food was many; I had tried just hot pot this time and it was as good as expected. Will be looking forward to try more menus in the next occasion.
Restaurants of all stripes abound in Hong Kong’s bustling Wan Chai district but among hotpot aficionados, there can only be one place. Located on the fifth floor of Lucky Centre on Wan Chai Road, Megan’s Kitchen has made it into Michelin’s Bib Gourmand list for five consecutive years – surely no mean feat in a food haven like Hong Kong. Fans of Megan’s Kitchen swear by the international selection of premium meats and wide array of homemade soup bases, which include one-of-a-kind flavours like fresh lobster borsch soup.
Waiting for the broth to bubble and boil can be an exercise in patience, so why not order some starters to get things going? We hear that the fried diced tofu in salty egg yolk paste is to-die-for, while the deep fried Bombay duck does the job in revving up your appetite for the main attraction. In a city where hotpot restaurants are a dime a dozen, Megan’s Kitchen truly stands a cut above the rest. You can easily get there by foot from Wan Chai MTR station; just don’t forget to reserve ahead as it gets particularly busy in the evenings and on weekends.