Tag Archives: Hainanese Chicken Rice

Fav Café + Bar (Woodbine & Hwy 7)

August 27, 2018:  Ever since I saw Fav Café pop up at the plaza at the intersection of Highway 7 and Woodbine, I was curious to check it out.  At first, I thought this was a second outpost of the … Continue reading

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Hainanese Chicken Rice at Eat Jackpot [Defunct]

April 6, 2018:  After the Green Living Show, Priscilla and I headed to Eat Jackpot for a late dinner.  Upon arriving, I immediately recognized it as the former Lucky Red restaurant. I hadn’t known that they had closed and Eat Jackpot … Continue reading

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Amazing Hainanese Chicken Rice at Mandarin Chicken Rice (Singapore) in Hong Kong

Sept 10, 2017:  Amazing lunch today!!  I used the OpenRice app to find a good lunch place near our hotel and this place popped up (I also noticed it when we took the minibus the first day here).  I also … Continue reading

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Fav Café (West Beaver Creek) [Relocated]

My friend Katy and I caught up over some lunch on the weekend at Fav Café (鍾意坊). Recently, I had been chatting with a foodie friend and he recommended this Hong Kong style cafe to me, saying that it was one … Continue reading

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Hainan Shaoye (Hong Kong)

The name of this restaurant, “Hainan Shaoye“, is actually made up of four Chinese characters where “Hai na” means “Southern China” and  “shao ye” means “master”.  The type of food in this restaurant is exactly that — it features food from … Continue reading

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Ho Garden Chinese Restaurant

First of all, I’m not sure who named this restaurant or why this restaurant is even named “Ho Garden” considering that we are in a country where English is one of the two official languages.  I would understand if we … Continue reading

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