Posts tagged hongkong
Posts tagged hongkong
Posted about this restaurant before. Really love the Char Siew, it’s one of the softest I’ve tried. Love their soy sauce noodles also.
29th and 30th Floor, 1 Peking Rd,
+852 3427 2288
Friends of my niece invited us for drinks around the corner from Ah Yat Harbour View. It was a great bar that had top to bottom glass windows that gives you the view of the Hong Kong side skyline. Love restaurants with a view. Its my weakness. I’d pay more to have a view anytime, its always worth it.
3101-3107, Podium Level 3,
IFC Mall, Central, Hong Kong, (Central)
+852 2393 3933
A friend recommended this place to us since it was eat all you can dimsum for 250hkd. We were so excited to try it but when we got to the restaurant, they said that they only have eat all you can in the Kowloon branch in the Mira Hotel so we just ordered what was available, it seems their dimsum selection also isn’t as complete as the other branch.
I like the sweet and sour pork the best, it was tasteful and crunch at the same time. I love crunchy food and dislike soggy food. It was also served with strawberries instead of pineapples. I never fail to order sweet and sour pork as you can gauge the quality of the chinese restaurant with something as basic as this.
Ah Yat Harbour View
29F, ISquare, 63 Nathan Road,
Hong Kong, China (Tsim Sha Tsui)
+852 2328 0983
A michelin star rated restaurant with the view of the hong kong skyline from the 29th floor is just great for a perfect dinner out. We were a group of 4, all of whom were all carnivores, so we ordered roast goose and peking duck. I thought the roast goose was much better than Yun Kee and the peking duck had a twist to it, despite the skin being very crispy they gave us red peppers to wrap with the peking duck, i wasn’t sure at first since I don’t like spicy food but this one wasn’t even spicy, it just gave it a certain “oomph” to it. Loved this place, will definitely be back.
p.s. make sure to reserve if you plan on eating there.
I love crabs, its probably my favorite thing to eat. It was my first time to try this restaurant and its so good. The way they cook the crunchy garlic was the best. Make sure to order not spicy cos it was already spicy enough for me but if you really like it spicy i guess you can get the spicier one. This restaurant was already recommended by Anthony Bourdain and now its a place that I’d like to go to every time were in Hong kong.
Its a seafood restaurant so make sure you love seafood if you come here. My friend was allergic to shellfish so she had no choice but to order the pork, which was good too but then its really the seafood that is their specialty.
32/F EAST 29 Taikoo Shing Road
Island East, Hong Kong
+852 3968 3738
Rooftop bars in Hong Kong are the best. You always get a nice view if you are facing the water. We went here for sunset on a sunday afternoon, they have a good selection of wine which you can order with some desserts.
Le Gouter Bernardaud
Shop 2028-2029, IFC Mall,
1 Harbour View Street, Central
By now you would have figured out, I love macarons. Before Laduree came to Hong Kong, this is where I always eat them. This time we tried their hot chocolate too and it was really really good!
Podium 3, ifc mall,
8 Finance Street, Hong Kong
+852 2118 3388
I love champagne and of course Dom Perignon would be one of the best. I just liked the booth they had of the brand it was so fun to play around with. They recreated a bar setting that serves only the best of the best. There’s my friend pretending to pop the bottle!
Tim Ho Wan
Shop 12A, Hong Kong Station (Podium Level 1, IFC Mall) ,
Central, Hong Kong
+852 2332 3078
I’m back to this place. Always ordering new things! Best time to go is before my 9pm flight home so I can buy loads of take home pork buns for the rest of the family!
Our lady of Mount Carmel Church
1 Star St, Hong Kong
+852 2527 7240
Sunday Mass (Chinese) - 8:30am, 10:00 am
Sunday Mass (English) - 11:30am, 6:30 pm
Early Sunday Mass (Chinese)- Saturday 6:00 pm
Weekday Mass (Chinese) - 7:30am
Adoration Every Friday 12:30pm to 1:30pm