My Wonderful Kitchen

There are probably a million Hong Kong style Restaurants in Richmond Hill that you can choose from – whether its breakfast, lunch or dinner it almost gets overwhelming when it comes to picking just THE ONE to go too (especially if you’re driving all the way from Oakville!). My family and I usually go through phases when it comes to our “go to restaurants” in uptown but lately we’ve been obsessed with My Wonderful Kitchen. Regardless what time of the day it is – whether it’s lunch, afternoon tea or dinner – my family always end up here. There’s probably a combination of 3+ visits in this post.

Hot Milk Tea 

Stir Fried Turnip Patties in Curry Sauce ($5.95)

Deep Fried Chicken Wing with Honey Garlic – 6 pieces ($5.95)

BBQ Pork and Roasted Duck with Rice ($8.95) 

Rice with Beef Brisket in Curry Sauce ($7.95)

Baked Rice with Pork Chop in Bread Loaf with Tomato Sauce ($8.95)

Close up shot:

Baked Rice with Pork Chop in Tomato Sauce ($8.49)

  • I just want to mention that I rarely eat rice when I’m dining out just because rice generally fills you up quickly so I tend to lean towards other dishes
  • The baked rice here is my only exception because the tomato sauce is amazing. I’m highly addicted to it and order it every time – haven’t gotten sick of this yet.
  • Its the exact same thing as the item above minus the loaf!

Noodle Soup with Beef Tendon & Brisket ($4.99)

Sizzling Beef Chow Mein

Braised Snow Pea Sprout with King Mushrooms ($13.99)

Pumpkin Steam Rice Noodle Roll

Roast Duck (Half – $11.50)

Ice Cream Waffle * Free Dessert with your afternoon tea

Mango Sago *Free Dessert with Dinner

I’ve been to My Wonderful Kitchen a handful of times and I love everything I order everytime! Must tries include their baked rice with honestly any kind of sauce but I personally love their tomato sauce. Another one of my favourites include their honey garlic wings – they make it so incredibly tasty! Lastly – order the stir fried turnip – its fried to a perfect crisp! My pictures don’t really do it justice but the portions are incredibly large – do yourself a favour and come check this place out =)


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  1. andy1076
    January 28, 2015 / 9:38 pm

    omg that baked rice with pork chop in tomato sauce looks so incredibly good, it’s genius! we have a lot of restaurants here in Vancouver with the same decor and similar menus too, I always enjoy them 🙂

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