This is a Flashback Friday picture and also one that fits in doubly as this week’s Photo Challenge. This week’s challenge was fun because I didn’t have to think too much but only scroll through my albums to watch for flashes of yellow. No deep thinking involved. Thank you, Daily Post team! Continue reading
The Chao Inn restaurant in Hong Kong belongs to a big food group called Tao Heung Group. It also houses restaurants like Hak Ka Hut and Tao Heung. Chao Inn is a Chinese/Chaozhou restaurant that is very affordable and serves moderately good Chinese food. When walking into the Chao Inn at apm shopping mall, you could tell that the majority of the customers are families with young kids or seniors. Continue reading
Wheee!! My blog reached over 100 000 views last night! That’s pretty cool if I do say so myself. :) Thanks everyone who pops in to read or scroll through my posts! :D Continue reading
Oh yum!!! I got to try out an icy creation at one of the branches at Häagen-Dazs in Hong Kong. :D This was my first time eating at this well-known and fancy pants ice cream shop — YOLO. Previously, I’ve noticed how posh they are and how a lot of people tend to go crazy for Häagen-Dazs ice cream (usually girls) while I’ve never been that fond of them. Continue reading
We finally had the chance to check out School Food, a Korean restaurant in Sha Tin. (I swear, I’m pretty much checking off this whole block of restaurants here). It’s funny that I willingly and excitedly decided on this restaurant considering we had JUST landed on the plane from South Korea a mere 10 hours ago. I don’t mind Korean food one bit and I didn’t even get sick of eating kimchi during every single meal for six days straight. Ha! Continue reading
Jade Garden is part of the Maxim’s Chinese Cuisine group, a large corporation that owns many restaurants in Hong Kong. My relatives and I had a ‘reunion’ dinner here.
Even the restaurant, Jade Garden, itself has many branches all over Hong Kong. The one we dined in was located in Mongkok on the top level of Grand Century Plaza. Continue reading
Wonton noodle restaurants are commonplace to see in Hong Kong but none has as long a history and is as classic as the one called Wing Wah Noodle Shop that resides on Hennessy Road in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
At first, I didn’t even notice this restaurant much (as there was also no English name to its signage), but upon closer look, I noticed that the front of the restaurant is posted with a picture of the Michelin Man with some text. Continue reading