Staying in Hong Kong for a week is like going to food paradise! Tried out so many restos and now here comes our part 3. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 also.
In times that we don’t eat out, these kinds of food are served on our table. Veggie dishes cooked by my brother in law and his girlfriend. The others bought at a nearby resto.
KFC is a famous fastfood in Hong Kong. Like McDo, you can see it almost anywhere. They have variety of meals that we don’t have here. They also serve Chicken BBQ, too bad I wasn’t able to order it. However, my favorite Criss Cross Fries and Egg Tart are always present in my order. Sorry for the heavy meal, this is my breakfast, lunch and merienda all in 1 meal.
As I walked towards the museums, I passed by this cafe. But since I just ate a heavy meal, there is no way that I can take any food then. I put going to the cafe after my museum trip.
I just won’t let this chance pass. I am a Snoopy collector back when I was in high school and until now, all these Snoopy stuff are in my parents’ house.
Ordered a French Toast with Charlie Brown’s face and a Premium Hot Chocolate Drink with Peppermint Patty’s face.
If only I had more time to spare, I would have stayed in this cafe for hours. They have books in both English and Chinese language. They have Wifi so you can do your reading or watch a movie while sipping a coffee or something.
After my wonderful coffee time, I met up with my father in law, brother in law and girlfriend plus my sister in law.
We are going to have dinner at a resto famous for its claypot dishes. The place was packed! Good thing they accepted our reservatjon. It is located in Pok Fu Lam.
We also had some veggies and clams.
Also within the area is a dessert place that has been around for 50 years. They serve hot desserts like Black Sesame, Almond. They also serve Herbal Tea Desserts.
That was it that night.
On my last day, I managed to sneak a Street Food meal in Causeway Bay. Oh my, until now my tastebuds are salivating.
My last meal at home consisted of Adado Pork and White Chicken. Bought from a nearby resto.
And finally, the last of my Food Trip Escapade in Hong Kong is Tim Ho Wan. It is located in IFC Mall in Central. There are check in counters here and the Airport Express Shuttle starts here in Central Station.
Didn’t order much as it was only me and Daddy. Definitely tastes better than that of Manila Branch.
This trip is memorable because we have tried out so many new restos. Most of them very famous and known for their specialty dishes.
Hope you enjoyed and got hungry. Until my next trip!