Hong Kong has no shortage of great Korean restaurants, and Norayo The Tteokbokki is home to some of the city-state’s finest hot pot. Here, diners can tuck into all-you-can-eat tteokbokki, which is grilled right at your very own table. Offering a new way to eat Korean cuisine, you’ll find Norayo The Tteokbokki on the 18th floor of the Tai Hung Fai (Tsuen Wan) Centre on Tsuen Wan’s Chung On Street.
The perfect place for dining with a group of friends, Norayo The Tteokbokki in Hong Kong’s Tsuen Wan offers all-you-can-eat budae jjigae, tteokbokki and other authentic Korean specialities, in a fun and casual atmosphere. The hotpot is cooked at your own table, and in the centre of the restaurant you’ll find a buffet table where you can help yourself to ingredients that you can add to your hotpot soup base, such as instant ramen noodles, rice cakes, fish balls and vegetables and a variety of different sauce like the hot bean sauce and ginseng and chicken.
Recommended dishes at Norayo The Tteokbokki include the Korean fish cake and the rice cake with a cheese filling. Located inside the Tai Hung Fai (Tsuen Wan) Centre on Chung On Street, Norayo The Tteokbokki provides a unique concept in Hong Kong, attracting Korean cuisine loving foodies to its Tsuen Wan location seven days a week. To guarantee a table, booking in advance is recommended!