Saturday, September 15, 2012

Hongkong food: Keung Kee Meat Shop強記飯店 , 兴记Hing Kee,The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong - MO Bar, honeymoon desserts, lucky Desserts, Mak's Noodle, Maxim, Shamrock seafood restaurant, Sweet Dynasty,Luk Yu Tea house, Hui Lau Shan, Yee Shun Milk Company

Keung Kee Meat Shop強記飯店
9-17 Tin Lok Lane, Hong Kong
Near causeway bay and beside a tram stop.
Go after breakfast.
The food is delicious and value for money

兴记Hing Kee
(19 Temple Street )extreme end of temple street, near Yaumatei MTR station
Oyster Egg,claypot rice, oyster egg and urine prawn
A bit too oily for my liking

The Landmark Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong - MO Bar
Near Central MTR station

Decided to try out high Tea in Hong Kong.
The high tea is around hk$200 and reservation can be made through email.
The food was not bad.
The interesting fact about this high tea is that they linked up with brands like marc jacobs, chloe and etc to come up. The food will be designed with the brand as the theme, a small gift is given for customers (while stocks last). No worries about the gift as is of high calibre and not some cheapo free gifts.
During the time period I was there, there were giving out this brand known as Qeelin. Although it is not a famous brand, the gift was well made and very beautiful.

Honeymoon Dessert
They have branches in Singapore but I have not tried them out yet.
A lot of branches in Hong Kong. I visited the one at Langham place shopping mall.

Lucky Dessert 發記甜品
G/F 532 Jaffe RoadCauseway Bay, Hong KongTel: (+852) 2838-3066/ 2838-5166Cuisine: Hong Kong/ DessertTransportation:MTR*: Causeway Bay (Exit D1)Payment: Cash onlyOpening Hour: 12:30-02:00G/F25-27 Soy St, Mong Kok 旺角豉油街25-27號Tel: 2332 89191pm-2am

Luk Yu Tea House 陸羽茶室
24 Stanley S Central Hong Kong Ph : +852 2523 5464
Price is a bit steep over there. One of the oldest and famous teahouse.. Interesting place to visit if you are not travelling on a budget as they still have the traditional touch.

Mak's Noodle 麥奀雲吞麵世家
Voted as one of the best wanton noodle
77 Wellington St., Central, Hong Kong, China.
The one visited is at the ferry terminal to macau. It is located in the food court. However, some people commented only the wellington is the real one and most delicious one. Will visit the one wellington one day to try it out.

Hongkong fast food MAxim
Sometimes I am just in hurry, because I want to shop. I just drop by Maxim for a meal.
Chinese fast food, standard is not bad. Sometimes the seasonal items are quite good.

Shamrock seafood Restaurant.
Located at Shamrock hotel. Just above jordan station.
The dim sum is slightly above average. This is a traditional teahouse so you see a lot of locals sipping their tea and enjoying dim sum.
The best part about this place is the price.

Spaghetti House
Located all over Hongkong
The food look much better than the taste.

Sweet dynasty
100 Canton Road. (near TST Station)
One of my favourite place. All the food are delicious. SErvice is fast and the place is clean and nice. Good place for breakfast, lunch, dinner or supper.
Tel: +852 2199 7799
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs [10am – 12am]; Fri [10am – 11pm];
Sat [7am – 1am];Sun [7am – 12am]

許留山Hui Lau Shan
Hong Kong famous mango dessert store.
It is everywhere.
Remember to try it out!

Yee Shun Milk Company 義順牛奶公司
Famous for their Steam Milk in Two Films and Steam Milk with Ginger Juice.
Not really a fan. I prefer our soya bean pudding.
G/F, 513 Nathan Road (Near Yau Ma Tei MTR)
Tel: (852) 2374 5460
Opening Hours: Daily 12pm to 12mn
Other Outlets
Causeway Bay
G/F, 506 Lockhard Road, Causeway Bay (Near Causeway Bay MTR Exit C)
Tel: (852) 2591 1837
Prince Edward
G/F, 246-248 Sai Yeung Choi Street South
Tel : (852) 2393 3301
G/F, 63 Pilkem St, Jordan
Tel : (852) 2730 2799
Nathan Road

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