26 Jan Ming Yuen Noodle Restaurant, Yau Ma Tei, Hong Kong
The parents brought us to this popular claypot restaurant that they ate at during their last visit to Hong Kong. We ordered fish ball soup and three claypot rice: chicken and mushroom, pork mince and salted fish and a sparerib claypot. All the claypots came with gai lan and there were plenty of lovely crunchy bits at the bottom. The sauce was given in a separate bowl so we added it to our own bowls after taking from the main dish. It seemed like the claypots and a lot of the other dishes were cooked at the front of the restaurant and the back was used mostly for preparation of food.