Serendipitous encounter. Reminds me of Sister Wah in Hong Kong.
New York’s Lady M cake is now in Hong Kong
TLDR: Don’t eat here.
Mango. Mango. Mango. These desserts will color your summer yellow!
Have you tried outlet shopping in Hong Kong?
Here’s one of Hong Kong’s best Roast Goose to try
Sister Wah’s Curry Beef Tendon noodles are so good, you’ll want a whole serving to yourself.
If you can’t stand the Hong Kong heat, I SEE I SEE is the newest handcrafted icy dessert shop selling their special Hokkaido Milk snowflakes and flavored ice pops that will cool down the summer heat.
How we discovered WTF was due to the lack of planning.
If you’re looking for a place to meet new people, forget it. 001 is not the place for you as they’ll kick you out if you try to strike up a conversation and mingle with strangers.
When in Hong Kong, there are a few default restaurants that people go to when they have run out of options where to eat. I think Tai Hing falls under that category.
Being on the list of Newsweek’s 101 Best Places to Eat in the World in 2012, Dimdimsum intrigues me. Dimdimsum appears to be quite famous of some sort with celebrated chefs and kitchen personalities.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Causeway Bay, take a long walk towards Tai Hang, the quiet “secret” neighborhood that seems to spawn so many restaurant establishments lately, turning it into the ultimate foodie’s hood.
Perhaps it was such a rush drinking it take away that Coffee Academics fell below my expectations.
My quest for the best coffee in Hong Kong doesn’t end at Cafe Corridor.
Auntie Sweet is like a popular song that everyone will despise at first, but is like the last song syndrome you can’t get enough of.
There won’t be enough reasons to convince you to eat at Ho Lee Fook.
You wouldn’t want to share this lobster noodle with anyone else.
There are no words to express how good this cup of coffee is. You have to try it yourself to know how good it is.