We have been talking about visiting Tim Ho Wan (The cheapest 1 Michelin Star Restaurant in HKG) since 2 trips ago but because of our tight schedules and the usual long Qs especially in their Mongkok branch, we decided to forgo the experience until now.
Hong Kong Restaurants
Delicious Kitchen is the home of the Best Pork Rib Rice ever for me. It is a small restaurant in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong that serves simple Chinese comfort food. I have also noticed during the times that I have visited that, Delicious Kitchen has become increasingly popular amongst the Filipino tourists.
Another “must visit” place while in Hong Kong – The Sweet Dynasty.
The Sweet Dynasty is located along Canton Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong. It is opposite the Marco Polo Gateway Hotel & the long stretch of shopping malls within the vicinity – Harbour City, Ocean Terminal & the Gateway.
Located inside the W Hotel in Hong Kong is the Kitchen. The Kitchen is a modern bistro that serves a wonderful buffet and an international and Pan-Asian à la carte menu.
I am not a big fan of buffets but just being inside the W Hotel was an experience all together. Sel had a go on their dinner buffet while I, tried the Carbonara, Kitchen’s house specialty, and for some, the Best Carbonara in Hong Kong.
I have seen this photo a few times already – from Sel’s iPhone & other reviews, but it is only now that I get to physically touch it. It is the front page of Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop menu.
Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop is located inside the IFC (International Finance Center) Mall in Hong Kong. It is proud to be part of the Michelin Guide for 3 consecutive years. The big fuss – the special Wantun Noodle Soup.
Our flight landed HKG 1-hour earlier than scheduled on our way back to Manila from NYC – Hooray!
First order of business – EAT!
Mom left the fried stuff to me and ordered ramen & gyoza instead. It was good I did not each much on the plane during the 15-hour long flight if not I would have felt really guilty consuming all those grease (as if…).
What was I thinking for choosing Japanese over my all time favourite Roast Goose with Rice in Hongkong? Not that I did not enjoy my food but why Japanese?