Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken (好福气) is another new restaurant by Joyden Concepts to open in Great World City. It is situated right next door to their equally new restaurant Four Seas Grilled Fish that we wrote about recently.
Like its neighbour, Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken restaurant has a simple layout. But it has a nicer and warmer feel.
Unlike the Fish Grill which has a very focused seafood menu, the food choices available at Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken is wider. They don’t just sell chicken dishes. Although they are separate restaurants, with distinct identities and spaces, they share a common kitchen at the back. In fact, diners in one restaurant can have dishes served from the other side, but payment has to be made at the respective cashiers.
Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken Menu
Here are some pictures of the Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken menu at GWC. A full list of the dishes can be seen in the order form below. In addition to their signature soy sauce chicken it serves a range of noodles and congee dishes that we commonly find in casual Cantonese restaurants.
The Specialty Rose Wine Soy Sauce Chicken ($18 for half a bird) lived up to its top billing status. Its meat was tender and tasty. The gravy made it even better. Be careful not to over order as the chicken was a large one. This was too much for two, probably enough to be shared by three or four people.
We also had some pork and prawn rolls (hae chor, $6). This deep fried snack was good.
We had mixed feelings about the wanton noodles. The noodles were very good. With a crunchy ‘Q’ texture and fragrant sauce, they were very enjoyable. But the dish was let down by the wantons which were bland.
We would be happy to return again to eat at Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken Great World City. Just a plate of rose wine soy sauce chicken and noodles would be enough to make our day. They have very good chilli sauce as well, be sure to request for it.
Ho Fook Hei Soy Sauce Chicken
Great World City
1 Kim Seng Promenade
Opening Hours: 11.30 am to 3.30 pm; 5 pm to 9.30 pm
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