Dec 31, 2015

Food Hunting List: Hong Kong

Oh Hong Kong, how I have missed you.
Allow me to present to you #FoodHuntingListHK.

Dim Sum - Federal Palace (Maritime Square, Tsing Yi)
Dim Sum - Federal Palace (Maritime Square, Tsing Yi)

Beef Noodle - Kau Kee Restaurant (Gough Street, Central)
Beef Noodle - Kau Kee Restaurant (Gough Street, Central)
  • Order: Beef brisket bihun soup, curry beef tendon and brisket with thick noodle
  • Verdict: I liked the beef brisket mihun soup very much as the soup base tasted of beefy goodness and mihun absorbed all of them generously. Beef brisket was pretty lean, soft along with slight resistance. Curry beef noodle was too spicy, even to my Malaysian standard, and had more tendon than brisket.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/06/kau-kee-lan-kwai-fong.html

Classic HK Breakfast - 集興荼餐廳 (Tsuen Wan)
Classic HK Breakfast - 集興荼餐廳 (Tsuen Wan)

Egg Tart - Tai Cheong Bakery (Lyndhurst Terrace, Central)
Egg Tart - Tai Cheong Bakery (Lyndhurst Terrace, Central)

Roast Goose - Yung Kee Restaurant (Wellington Street, Central)
Roast Goose - Yung Kee Restaurant (Wellington Street, Central)

HK Milk Tea - Lan Fong Yuen (Gage Street, Central)
HK Milk Tea - Lan Fong Yuen (Gage Street, Central)

Egg Tart - Honolulu Coffee Shop (Stanley Street, Central)
Egg Tart - Honolulu Coffee Shop (Stanley Street, Central)

Polo Bun and HK Milk Tea - Kam Wah Cafe (Bute Street, Mong Kok)
Polo Bun and HK Milk Tea - Kam Wah Cafe (Bute Street, Mong Kok)
  • Order: Polo bun, HK milk tea
  • Verdict: Polo Yau could have been better with more evenly spread butter and glazed bun on both surfaces containing the bun. Texture wise, it was fluffy when it was served warm. HK milk tea was similar to both Lan Fong Yuen's and 集興荼餐廳's.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/07/food-hunting-Central-Mong-Kok.html

Wan Tan Mee - Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop (Parkes Street, Yau Ma Tei)
Wan Tan Mee - Mak Man Kee Noodle Shop (Parkes Street, Yau Ma Tei)
  • Order: Dumpling wan tan mee
  • Verdict: The texture of wan tan mee was very very very springy; the soup was very pure and I actually finished all the soup! Oh, that dumpling was really a jackpot. Crunchy and fresh, these people in Mak Man Kee were really generous!
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/07/food-hunting-Central-Mong-Kok.html

Dim Sum - Tim Ho Wan (Fuk Wing Street, Mong Kok)
Dim Sum - Tim Ho Wan (Fuk Wing Street, Mong Kok)
  • Order: Crunchy baked char siew pau, fresh prawn siew mai king, crystal har gao, beef ball, peanut and pork rib porridge, ma lai kuih, chee cheong fun with honey glazed char siew fillings
  • Verdict: You must try their crunchy baked char siew pau. Imagine the crunchy biscuit shattered into tiny little pieces as you sink your teeth in it and as your teeth sinks deeper, it reaches the generous, juicy and flavourful char siew fillings. It was simply heavenly!! Oh, their beef ball, siew mai, and porridge were quite good too!
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/10/tim-ho-wan-dim-sum.html

Dessert - Hui Lau Shan (Salisbury Street, Tsim Sha Tsui)
Dessert - Hui Lau Shan (Salisbury Street, Tsim Sha Tsui)
  • Order: Mango dessert with coconut milk and red glutinous beans, mango mochi
  • Verdict: Mochi was soft and chewy on the outside and filled with mango cubes in thick mango lava. Mango dessert on the other hand was disappointing with its outright sour.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/11/eat-snack-play-mong-kok.html

Dessert - Australian Dairy Company (Parkes Street, Jordan)
Dessert - Australian Dairy Company (Parkes Street, Jordan)

Fish Balls - Kai Kei Snack (Dundas Street, Mong Kok)
Fish Balls - Kai Kei Snack (Dundas Street, Mong Kok)

Egg Waffle - Lee Keung Kee North Point (Nathan Road, Kowloon)
Egg Waffle - Lee Keung Kee North Point (Nathan Road, Kowloon)

Steamboat Buffet - Little Sheep (Argylee Street, Mong Kok)
Steamboat Buffet - Little Sheep (Argylee Street, Mong Kok)
  • Order: Steamboat buffet
  • Verdict: Meat selection was of good quality and most of the items were refillable. Soup were good, just that I did not get to throw some scallops to make it all the better. Was it value for money? Probably not for a small eater like me who doesn't fancy seafood with shells.
  • More details @ http://hitomi5.blogspot.my/2013/11/eat-snack-play-mong-kok.html

Cookies - Mrs Fields Cookies (Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station)
Cookies - Mrs Fields Cookies (Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station)

Classic HK Breakfast - Da Jia Ai 大家爱 (Tsuen Wan)
Classic HK Breakfast - Da Jia Ai 大家爱 (Tsuen Wan)



Egg Tart - Sakurashima (Tsuen Wan)
Egg Tart - Sakurashima (Tsuen Wan)

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