Posts tagged restaurant
Posts tagged restaurant
Again, we were too lazy to leave the villa so we asked them to buy us burgers from Wah Wah. Its quite popular here but be ready to spend around 25usd per burger. Its expensive but totally worth it. All their burgers are wagyu burgers then you can choose from the menu on what kind of toppings you want. Check out the menu here. Make sure to try the Foie Gras burger, I really loved it. I also ordered the truffle fries but since it was soggy by the time it got to me, I didn’t really enjoy it but it was highly recommended by some friends. If you’re going there anyway, might as well try it freshly cooked.
Breeze is the restaurant that is located inside The Samaya Villa resort. Honestly, ambience was really nice cos it was just so breezy and it was facing the beach but the food was nothing great for the price. It is a 700usd per room resort, so can you just imagine how much the food was. Drinks were good and nicely presented. I would believe its nice to come here during sunset or happy hour to get a glimpse of the beach.
Jalan Batubelig, 41
Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta, Bali
(62) 0361 847 6722
This place is near our villa and every time we pass by there’s a long line of people waiting for them to get a table. Its also an open air restaurant and I got so curious as to why people are willing to wait in the heat.
One lunch, I asked the villa to order ribs for us to eat in the villa so I won’t need to line up. It was delicious and I’m sure it would have been better if it was fresh from the grill but it was good enough since it was much more convenient for us.
I’m not too sure how long the wait would be so I would not know either if it would be worth the wait. I love ribs and I enjoyed this one.
Love this place! It’s a simple casual place that doesn’t even have air con which is located right in front of seminyak square where you can go shopping. Their food is also very simple but good. I really enjoyed their junction salad which was arugula with proscuitto, bolognese pasta, and the panini. We liked it so much that we went back on our last day for lunch again.
I’ve been here before in 2006 and I remember we ate there twice cos it was so good. It serves Portuguese food and its not far from the city. It was very near the Macau tower but quite far from the strip where all the casinos are.
I liked that there was portuguese beer as well but make sure you order the African Chicken, it was the best dish that we had and if only we weren’t full yet, we would have ordered more! It’s best to eat it with rice also.
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.
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.
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!