I love fried rice. If there's anything that shows a competent Chinese kitchen, fried rice has got to be on the test. If you fail, you can pack up shop.
The Prince Fried Rice at Prince Restaurant is one of my favourites in the city. Slightly smoky from being tossed in a very hot wok, the grains of rice are firmly separate with a nice bite, and very tasty from the mix of painstakingly diced char siu, spring onions and crunchy fresh prawns. This dish passes with flying colours.
The other items on Prince's menu are pretty decent and worth a visit. My favourites are the No. 1 Steamed Bun (天下第一包) and the green leafy vegetables and yuba (the top sheet of bean curd) in a fish stock.
And if you like eel, their barbequed eel with honey is a yummy start to any meal there.
11/F, No. 1 Peking Road
Tsim Sha Tsui