Articles tagged with: Hong Kong
I didn’t find anything worth purchasing at the Temple Street Night Market in Hong Kong, but I did happen to come across some items that sparked my interest.
I almost bought this hamburger phone, but then I remembered that I don’t have a land line. Darn.
Cracker lighters. Took me a while to figure out how to turn it on.
Foam bread. Softer than the real thing, but I had no idea what purpose they served. Mouse wrist pads perhaps?
Key chains. Do not ingest.
Bacon cell phone leashes. Too bad my iPhone doesn’t have …
Experiencing dim sum in Hong Kong is a must. We went to the Majesty Seafood Restaurant for for a filling dim sum breakfast. I don’t think I ever had dim sum at 8:45am. What I love about Hong Kong Dim Sum is that the selection is vast, and often, many items can’t be found in Flushing or in Chinatown in New York City. My favorite was the deep fried bun stuffed with banana and red bean puree.
3/F Prudential Ctr 216 – 228A Nathan Rd
Jordan Station, Exit E
Chicken Bundles, these …
Treasure Lake Golden Banquet Restaurant
The first day I arrived at Hong Kong, I met up with my relatives for dinner and for a special birthday celebration (not mine). It had been 16 years since I’ve seen my aunt and uncle, and I saw other relatives for the first time. The food was impressive, but I was so busy catching up with relatives and stuffing my face that I didn’t get a chance to take pictures of every dish.
Chinese Cold Cut Platter – Pork, Chicken, Seaweed, and Tofu
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Here’s part 2 of Tea Time, Fast Fixes, and Street Eats.
Lan Fong Yuen
G/F Gage Street, Central (near the escalator)
Lan Fong Yuen is home of the famous pork chop sandwich and ramen platters. The pork chop sandwich was simple and well made. It’s a piece of fried pork chop sandwiched between a buttered sesame seed bun, tomato, and mayonnaise. Simply beautiful. We also ordered the French toast with coconut and cream filling, French toast with condensed milk and peanut butter, silky milk tea, and red bean ice (one of my …
I spent my vacation in Hong Kong for one reason, the food. There I met up with my cousin Michael, fellow foodie Boon, his family, and Yolanda for six days of ravenous eating excursions. The region is home to some of the best food in the world and I’m glad I had the chance to experience it last week. While living and shopping in Hong Kong can be rather expensive, eating out is rather affordable. I for one, prefer the small independent noodle shops and restaurants over the large chains …