The Flying Pan
What we love…
- If you've arrived in Hong Kong at an ungodly hour, or spent last night drinking your face off and are in need of some greasy hangover grub—The Flying pan is the answer to your problems.
- This American style diner serves up a huge range of Western and British style breakfast dishes such as omletes, waffles, eggs benedict, and hot sandwiches. If you're in need of a British breakfast fix there's a list of English options complete with sausages and beans. Try the breakfast sandwich on a croissant, it was the perfect combination of poached eggs served on a warmed croissant with a generous serving of melted cheese. The coffee is what you'd expect from a diner—strong, cheap with free refills.
- The wait staff is friendly and casual, just like the restaurant which is set up to look like a diner from the 50's with big booths, metal stools, and 50's music playing in the background.
- The food at The Flying Pan isn't fancy, and it's not meant to be. If you're looking for fried, greasy, and cheap (combos are between $7-10 USD), then The Flying Pan is a good bet. There are two locations due now one in Wan Chai and one located in Central, and since it's open 24/7 you can squash that greasy American diner craving morning, noon, and night.