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#2,389 of 12,533 Restaurants in Hong Kong


US$3 - US$3
Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch
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Reviewed 23 February 2019 via mobile

We tried the spring rolls and noodles and mini hotdog with fried chicken nuggets. It was convenient, good and quick but nothing special.

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed 14 February 2019 via mobile

We visited Fairwood in Yuen Long for a quick brunch. Food is inexpensive, of a good quality and is prepared very quickly. The variety of food is excellent. They have rice dishes, pasta and spaghetti dishes and have a selection of meat dishes served with...toast. The ambience is more upmarket than other similar like fast food chains. Toilet cleanliness and standard could be much better. Will come back to try the hotpots which look inviting!More

Date of visit: February 2019
Reviewed 25 December 2016 via mobile

Found this place and its just so convenient. Quick service simple food tasty enough and cheap, what more could you ask for if your peckish or just need a top up!

Date of visit: December 2016
Reviewed 25 November 2016 via mobile

Delicious food and great for a tight budget! Ordered pork but the hot pot meal looks fantastic. Thinking of going back to try it.

Date of visit: November 2016
Reviewed 12 November 2016

Had a meal at this branch of Fairwood during my HK trip, the service was excellent despite the busy lunch crowd. There is limited seating space, but patrons are friendly to share table if you need some space to sit and dine in.

Date of visit: October 2016
Reviewed 30 September 2016

Typical point at picture and order then queue up and collect chain found in HK. Does what you would expect but be aware that most dishes are for Chinese taste buds and can come as a surprise but with a relatively low costs give them...a try.More

Date of visit: September 2016
Reviewed 29 September 2016

For the price of HK$38, i had a bowl of noodles with two slices of luncheon meat, a slice of French toast and a cup of soya bean milk with red beans. Ordering is easy - select from what is listed on the board next...to the cashier, pay up, then wait to collect your order before finding a table. The meal was filling, but all the dishes were bland. The toast was over oily, even before you want to add butter or condensed milk. Unless you are looking for a budget meal, I would give this a miss.More

Date of visit: September 2016
Reviewed 17 August 2012

I eat at Fairwood branches from time to time, seems you are never very far from one when traveling around in Hong Kong. This particularly branch is in the City One neighborhood in Sha Tin, which is a quite area mostly with locals, probably not...a place most are likely to visit while in HK unless staying with friends in this part of the N.T. Like with western fast food, you get what you pay for in terms of quality. Food quality isn't bad and it will keep you full for a few hours. Overall, not a place often recommendable for visitors seeking the finest of what Hong Kong has to offer. However, for those interested in trying local fast food, this is a very popular chain in which to do so and the food, after all, isn't half bad. Also, for budget travelers, Fairwood as well as our other local fast-food chains, is a good option for keeping more money in your pocket. I often order the the Sweet and Sour Pork and Rice meal, price has risen from HK$34 to $35 over the past year, which isn't too bad considering our inflationary environment this year. Comparatively speaking, McDonalds set lunch meals have seen price increase from HK$25 to HK$30 in this same time period. Most recent order was the Chicken A La King (HK$31) that is a heavy meal, a bit bland in taste and requiring some salt and pepper, edible stuff but not as good as the sweet and sour pork. Cheap breakfast orders are available early in the morning at Fairwood as well but the choices are quite simple, no full English or American breakfast found here for example. Ordering food here is not quite like ordering at McDonalds. Here is how it is done if you want to experience Hong Kong fast food. 1.) Make your meal decision while you wait in the queue, similar to a drive-through at McDonalds. The pictures and meal descriptions are listed on large side boards along a wall close to the order counter. Meals change from day to day, options are wide. 2.) When at the counter, tell the cashier which meal you want. There is a good chance the person taking orders will not speak English so if you are with a friend or family member, have them stand by the pictures and point while you order. This approach is sort of fun and they won't think twice about you doing this, its a common approach. If you are dining solo, take a picture with a camera or iphone before getting in the queue and just show it to them. This is what I usually do and again, they just process my order and I'm on my way. So don’t be embarrassed. Last, there will always be lots of other customers there, many eager to offer some assistance when you are ordering. 3.) You will get a ticket after you pay for your meal, just take a seat and wait for them to call out your ticket number. Some meal tickets have numbers on them when will correspond, if you receive this type of ticket, just take a seat somewhere and wait for your number to be called. Don’t worry that you can’t understand Cantonese, there is also a huge electric sign board showing which orders are ready for pick-up for this very purpose. 4.) When you hear or see your number on the board just go pick up your meal at the food counter. You will have to exchange the ticket for your meal so don’t throw this away or lose it. Also, most meals are served with chopsticks but they have spoon and forks available. Just ask and they will gladly give them to you. 5.) Find a seat somewhere and eat. Remember when dining in China it is perfectly acceptable to just grab a seat at any table, no matter if the table has other diners or not. Every seat is a free seat so just take it, sit and eat. Unlike western dining, this is the common and expected practice in Hong Kong restaurants due to the sheer numbers of people. If you do find an empty table and sit there, don't be surprised if others suddenly have a seat there as well and start eating their breakfast or lunch. Overall, eating at Fairwood is fairly cheap, food is decent and its actually a bit fun if you are open to trying new things while visiting Hong Kong.More

Date of visit: July 2012
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Fairwood is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 3.5
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 4