From Our Editors
Upon walking into Wah Fung #1 Fast Food, customers are greeted by the tantalizing aroma of roasted meats. Then…”whack!”; the steady rhythm of those meats being chopped to order. The owner himself mans the cutting board, slicing up roast pork, chicken, duck, and pig to serve atop beds of rice and vegetables. According to the foodies behind the LauHound blog, the restaurant is known for roast pork glazed in honey, soy sauce, hoisin sauce, five spices, and fermented bead curd. A few drops of red food coloring give the final dish its distinctive, crimson color. The homemade fish balls are worth a try as well, both as a meal and a particularly difficult type of juggling.