Bite-Sized Chicken of Hot Star in Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Hot Star is a famous Taiwanese fried chicken chain, and although we know that we have it here in the Philippines, we still took interest in trying it out in Hong Kong.

Finding Hot Star
When we were finding our way to the place we booked in Wan Chai, we came across a Hot Star stall. We immediately took a look at the price and was surprised, but since everyone did not have much energy left, we still considered it as a candidate. So, we proceeded with locating Heung Hoi Mansion (read more), which happens to be just a few steps away.

Others already had second thoughts on whether to buy dinner from Hot Star. Hence, only a few of us went with the decision.  The rest ended up buying in 7-Eleven instead.

The chicken was freshly fried which made the temperature ideal (but still be careful not to toast your buds). This also allowed the flavors to be rightly sealed. As for the taste, the seasoning on the batter was the one driving most of the flavor. Although it didn't seem natural, it gave our buds the playful jolt we needed to be re-energized.

Hot Star - Overall Ratings and Summary

Note: Unshaded stars are equivalents of half-stars. The ratings reflect my personal experiences on the times I dine here.
Taste  ★★
Value for Money ★★
Budget: at least 21 HKD (or approx P140) each for a snacking experience for a group of at least four (3)
No. of visits for this particular restaurant/branch - 1 || Date of last visit - September 20, 2017

Hot Star definitely offers a potent flavor for the palate. It may be a little expensive in HK, but at least I can have more of it here in the country.

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Hot Star
Location: 121 Jaffe Rd corner O'brien Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (just in front of Heung Hoi Masion)

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