Fu Shing is famous in Hong Kong for their char siu aka Cantonese style barbecued pork. Their char siu is served hot and made to order instead of hanging in the windows like most places. When I ate my first piece I was not impressed. However, the correct way to eat the char siu is after it cools down. Only then does it become worthy of the title as the best char siu in Hong Kong. A must order dish at Fu Shing.
Fu Shing serves a crispy sweet crust roast pork bun that is far superior to Tim Ho Wan’s because the char siu quality is much higher than Tim Ho Wan’s. Another must order, everyone at the table loved this.
I also ordered two different versions of shark fin soup (this was back in October 2011 before I gave up eating shark fin soup) which surprisingly sucked considering that shark fin is part of their namesake. It was nowhere as delicious as Ming Court or Lung King Heen (which no longer serves shark fin soup).
Other dishes were also ordered but none were memorable. However the service was really good at Fu Shing. I am not sure if it was because I ordered dinner items during lunch, but we were given a choice of free desserts from their dessert menu which they normally charge $40HKD($6USD) per order for.
Overall: Fu Shing is highly recommended for their char siu and crispy sweet crust roast pork bun.
Fu Shing is located at 1/F, Sunshine Plaza, No. 353 Lockhart Road, Wanchai. 2893 0081 Reservations necessary.