Food: Satay Inn (Hong Kong)

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While I am still constantly finding new things I love to recommend, I wanted to share some of my previous favorite recommendations. Over the course of this blog, I have now written over a year’s worth of posts (413 and counting), so you may have missed some of these along the way!

Address: Hong Kong, North Point, City Garden Rd, 9號城市花園酒店地下低層

Satay Inn is one of my favorite restaurants in Hong Kong. Satay Inn is a Singaporean restaurant in Hong Kong known for their incredible Hainan Chicken.

Hainan Chicken seems like a simple dish, but I think it’s very difficult to make a good one. It is a poached chicken served with rice that has been seasoned with the flavors from the chicken. On the side, it often comes with a chili sauce and a ginger sauce. The key to a good Hainan Chicken is that the meat has to be moist and the skin has to be good; both of these are executed well at Satay Inn. The plating of the dish is also extremely nice (look at the picture above as an example).

The Hainan Chicken at Satay Inn is somewhere between 150 HKD-400 HKD (between $20-50), depending on which one you order. This is expensive compared to the prices in Singapore/on the street in Asia, but the quality makes up for it.

Apparently, Satay Inn is also known for their laksa. While I am not the biggest laksa fan, it would probably be good for those who enjoy eating it. I would definitely try multiple dishes at Satay Inn, but just make sure you get the Hainan Chicken.

Satay Inn is located at the bottom of the City Garden Hotel, which is near the North Point Station. This is only about a 15 minute MTR ride away from the city, so it is very convenient if you are already in Hong Kong Island. If you are in Hong Kong soon, definitely be sure to give Satay Inn a try!


One response to “Food: Satay Inn (Hong Kong)”

  1. […] Satay Inn (Located in a hotel, it has some of the best Hainan Chicken I have ever tried) […]


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