Before my recent trip to the Orient, I have had the good fortune of eaten in over 87 Michelin star restaurants world wide plus a whole list of other renown establishments not yet mentioned in the little red book.
Therefore, imagine my surprise when I came across this simple but amazingly tasty dish, served up from the kitchen of a hole-in-the-wall place in Jordan, Kowloon, ( ' Cho Choi Gwoon ' - Corner of Nathan road and Jordan road ) that could easily be ranked amongst the top 2 or 3 yummiest dishes I have ever tasted!! This dish was just a simple "Wok stirred fry pig's inherds with ginger and scallions"! Every components were cooked perfectly reflecting the skill and timing of the chef. The liver and kidney were both crunchy on the outside and nicely rare on the inside. The heart, stomach and intestine were chewy but very tender. The sequence of adding the various components to the wok to achieve this degree of consistency must be timed to the split second. And then the sauce! Ah yes! The sauce! So delicious, it must be God's gift to us food loving foodies!! If it wasn't for the high cholesterol content of this dish, I could have continued eating it over and over again the entire evening!
Finally, if French Gourmands ( they are into inherds as well ) have a chance to taste this dish, for sure, tears of joy will appear in their eyes and Michelin inspectors will no doubt bestow a star to it. At only HK$40, it would also make it the 'cheapest' Michelin dish on earth!! Ha!