I’ve been hearing nothing but good things from friends about HK BBQ Master. I decided to check them out first thing after getting off the plane. They’re located inside the same plaza as Superstore.
Hours. Closed on Wednesday.
I’ve been twice, both times on a Sunday (1:00pm and 6:30pm) and it’s been busy. The takeout line wraps around the corner. The smarter thing to do is to sit down and eat; you get served much quicker. I ended up waiting in line for over 20 minutes. It’s not very well run with only one lady working the cashier.
The menu is small with a takeout price list (per pound) and 10 rice BBQ meat options. Prices include taxes.
Kind of brutal that they charge $0.25 for extra soy sauce and $0.50 for green onion. Sadly, they were out of BBQ duck both times that I’ve been.
Couple signs they have outside on the other entrance side (from the parking lot).
You know this place is authentic when you see the old Asian grandpas peering from the outside.
Not really worth $2.00 but it is homey and reminded me of what my grandma used to make. There were a couple chunks of taro inside.
3 Items on rice (#10) ($14.50)
Roasted pork, BBQ pork and soya chicken. All the meats were fresh.
Siu yuk had a delicate crispy, crackling texture on top but it’s quite fatty underneath.
Cha shu was juicy and my favourite of the three meats.
Soya chicken was mostly moist but the green onion mixture added on top made it so much better. Wish they gave you some vegetables; there was ONE piece of broccoli.
Grabbed some meat for lunches. Literally just missed on their BBQ duck (lady two spots in front grabbed the last 1/2 duck).
Cha shu ($10.80/lb)
Got half a pound. Again, juicy and tender.
Siu yok ($13.80/lb)
Another half pound. You don’t get much but it’s not too fatty or salty.
Cash only. No frills, hole in the wall spot. Will have to come back to try their BBQ duck.
HK BBQ Master
#145, 4651 No 3 Road