Honestly, we think HK food is quite bland as compared to SG’s. Alot of noodle soup and porridge here.
One of the nicer wanton noodles we ate was at Good Hope Noodles shop located at Mongkok, opposite Argyle Centre.
The uncle who cooked porridge in the same shop… So Old style right?
But what’s really Delicious is their Dim sum & Dessert. :)
We had our Dim Sum @ the Tao Heung restaurant at Carnavon Road at Tsim Sha Tsui (TST).
My favorite century egg porridge! Jared does eat… without the century egg….
Chee Cheong Fun… this one, the skin was kinda thick.
Har Kow… Must eat while hot.
And the juicy succulent prawn inside looks like this….
My favorite dish up next…
‘Feng jiao’ or chicken feet!!! I ate the whole plate. It was so delicious, I ordered it the next day, without the pork ribs.
Very good siew mai.
Mango pudding. Nice!
We had 8 dishes for less than SG$20. Cheap!
Jared got tired of soup noodles so we found Jap food- Azura Sabo @ TST near our hotel and ate there for 2 of our meals. It was cheaper than SG’s cos in HK, they do not charge taxes and service charge.
Jared, very satisfied with his fruit crepe.
Finally…. Something spicy for me!!! :)
Now… let’s drool at the dessert. A famous place is Hui Lau Shan or ‘Xu Liu Shan’ in Chinese.
They offer take away too. Very rich dessert with many selections with mangoes! Yum!
We ordered take away 1 day, and sat down to have proper dessert the other day.
My mango and pomelo dessert.
Jared’s fruit platter and mango with glutinous balls dessert.
They were DELICIOUS!
We also visited Charlie Brown cafe. The food was NOT nice and the price is steep. Only good for phototaking.
Cute cartoon characters on the way up to the cafe which is on the 2nd floor.
The cafe itself. Even the ceiling is ‘cartoonized’.
The most handsomest man waiting for his b’fast. :)
Cute cappuccino. I like woodstock!
Take a closer look at my toast…
Looked like snoopy got slapped. :(
Photo-taking time after b’fast!
My favorite table.
But Jared prefers….
This cafe even have a party room just like Mac Donald’s!
So, that’s all for the food in HK!