Yat Lok - Hongkong
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Directions to Yat Lok
Yat Lok Restaurant is a Cantonese restaurant which specializes in barbecued delicacies. This particular branch is the one of the central branches, which is supposedly better than the main branch. As you can see from the outside, Yat Lok is a very simple and small restaurant. The restaurant can seat only up to 30 people.
Their a la carte menu features Cantonese style noodles, wonton, dumplings, rice, and barbecued meats such as duck, goose, chicken, and pork.
Payment method is thru cash. You can visit the Holly Brown Coffee Shop just down the street for some coffee and gelato. Other worthwhile activities is going to nearby parks and gardens.
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