Now this will be a quick and very summarized post about my Hong Kong trip. As this is my 3rd time in a year’s time, I think I can say I’ve done it all. LOL Now let’s see, most photos are from Instagram for now.
Here’s my post during my trip in July ’12, and here’s for Jan ’13
Now, here are the photos and names of restaurants or cafe which I visited this time.
#1 Barbeque char siu bun from Tim Ho Wan.
G/F, 9-11 Fuk Wing Street, Sham Shui Po
#2 Kam Wah’s Egg Tart
G/F, 47 Bute Street, Prince Edward
#3 Latte from 18 Grams
Shop C, G/F, Hoi To Court, 15 Cannon Street, Causeway Bay
#4 Mango Sago with peanut ice cream in Tin Yin Dessert, Cheung Chau.
G/F., 9 Tai Hing Tai Road, Cheung Chau
#5 In the ferry, soaking up some sun after all the rain in Cheung Chau T__T
#6 Pierre Herme’s Macaron.. damnit HKD 330 for 12 pcs. You do the math.
Shop 1019C, Podium Level 1, International Finance Centre Mall, 1 Harbour View Street, Central
#7 Sushi galore in Itamae Sushi. Apparently, Causeway Bay has LOTS of japanese food!!
Shop 1-3, Chee On Building, 24-26 East Point Road, Causeway Bay
#8 Scrambled Egg Bread and French Toast in Australia Dairy Company. How can something so simple taste so good. Highly recommended to include this place in your ‘must eat list’
G/F, 47-49 Parkes Street, Jordan
#9 Part of my recent HK trip was also to try coffee. v60 in Knockbox Coffee Company
G/F, 21 Hak Po Street, Mong Kok
#10 Hello Kitty expo in Langham Place (it’s a shopping mall). DAMN CUTE OK!!!
Langham Place, 8 Argyle Street, Mong Kok
#11 Gingerpaste Chicken chop instant noodle and the ever famous milk tea in Lan Fong Yuen. I was at the store in TST instead.
Shop 26, LG, Chung King Mansion (Woodhouse), 36-44 Nathan Road , Tsim Sha Tsui
#12 Lush in Harbour City. There’s also another one in TST. I went abit crazy shopping there.
#13 oh my so yummy and melt in your mouth tonkatsu. There’s pork and there’s mixed seafood; oyster, crab croquette, prawns and scallop. Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood just right next to were we stay.
Shop 412, Podium 4, World Trade Centre, 280 Gloucester Road,Causeway Bay
#14 Another recommeded coffee place, Coco Espresso. I tried both outlets. Yes, very well recommended.
G/F, 2 Anton Street, Wan Chai
G/F, 197 Queens Road Central, Sheung Wan
#15 Also visited chef Gregoire’s new kitchen, Bread Elements and tried to make some croissants. HAHA
#16 No roast goose this time, so we went for Peking Duck in Empire City Roasted Duck in k11 Mall. HK is so filled with shopping malls you cannot imagine.
Shop 221, Level 2, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
#17 Black Sesame tong sui from a random dessert shop in Tsim Sha Tsui after dinner.
#18 The one where it appeared on one of Anthony Bourdain’s show and people say they have bad service ? Macaroni in tomato broth with luncheon meat and egg. Also did try the crispy bun and some drinks .. It’s the ultimate dai pai doong style.
2 Mei Lun Street, Central
#19 Also made some Mooncakes at Kee Wah Bakery. Please do keep an eye, they are coming to Malaysia!!! You can get their Mooncakes soon!! Thank you Kee Wah Hong Kong for all the yummy goodies!!
#20 bumped into The Coffee Academics in Wan Chai while I was looking for the Egg Tart shop. here is another to the list, The Coffee Academics, which also has an outlet in causeway bay
35-45 Johnston Road, Wan Chai
#21 Well, there’s also Gundam Exhibition in front of Times Square. Look at the size!! The first 2 are really huge!! and the one on the right is a human-sized Gundam.
#22 because we didn’t have any wanton noodles, we decided to go check out the 1michelin star Ho Hung Kee. My only comment is…. how did they even got the star….
Shop 1204-1205, 12/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay
Ok… I guess these are some photos to keep you busy if you’re planning to go Hong Kong. There are more photos but I need some time to get them up and ready..