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Sunday, July 31, 2011

利苑@銅鑼灣 Lee Yuen@Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Causeway Bay is one of the best shopping spot in Hong Kong.Lee Yeun located strategically beside Sogo in Causeway Bay, serving authentic porridge, wanton and other local delicacies.
This was my second visit to Lee Yuen. This time around bringing my new makan kaki there to try the wanton and porridge.
This place is always crowded, service sucks actually, so, just tell myself, I am coming just for the good food haha.....
Our wanton



Smooth mix porridge, really smooth, thumbs up!!! Esp if you love innards. Actually they have wide selections of different porridge in their menu if you don't like this.



N the dumpling also super good, I love it!


More info on Lee Yuen
Open daily 11am - 1am
Address: No 539, Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay. ( Beside Sogo )
銅鑼灣駱克道539號

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Oh Sushi@ De Garden, Ipoh

On a lovely Sat dinner, we went to De Garden for some window shopping, and after that ended up at Oh Sushi for dinner. The place was already very crowded. The service was quite prompt, we didn't have to wait for very long time for the food to be served. Overall, the place serves rather good food, price is reasonable, good ambiance and prompt service. I will surely come back again.

My fav tofu and salad



Assorted sushi - ok lah...for fast food standard



Some grilled stuff - salmon belly and squid- quite fresh



Last but not least, kimchi soup


We were quite happy with the food and of course, the price as well. Total damage was RM82.80 including gov tax and serv. charge.
Address: Oh Sushi
De Garden Mall Zone D.
P/S: My latest visit to Oh Sushi was a disaster!!! The kimchi soup was super salty, the teppankayi kimchi chicken tasted weird and not fresh. Volcano Roll was rather bad in taste...I am super disappointed...how to go again??????

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

西記粥店 Sai Kei@ Mong Kok, Hong Kong


Brother in law recommended this shop to us. From our hotel, just a slow walk of 10 mins, we arrived at Sai Kei.
A humble shop normally patrons by locals, this is indeed a hidden gem. He recommended their porridge and mix soup ( with choices of fish slices, meat ball, innards, vegetables etc) come with rice. Oh, that was really super!
I ordered this mix beef slice, black pepper beef meat balls and vege soup, super duper good. As I mentioned earlier, I always go for beef in Hong Kong, as they taste better!


We also order ja leong 炸俩( the fried dough wraps with rice noodle), not bad though! I live the sauce that pours on top as well! But must eat it hot, then only the dough is crispy!


Loh Bak Go 蘿蔔糕 , the radish cake was another lovely dish! I can't get this in Malaysia, I mean the similar taste....nice


Price is reasonable, but dining ambiance just so so only!
Address: 旺角旺角道25號地下
No. 25, Mong Kok Road.
Open: Daily 0600 - 0200

Monday, July 25, 2011

Luk Yu Tea House 陸羽茶室@ Central, Hong Kong





This time around we tried another traditional "Yum Cha" place in Hong Kong. A long established and famous yum cha place located in Central, it's really a place worth to check out.
Food quality is tip top, rather clean and service also good....price wise, super expensive, much more than we expected....TOTAL damage around HK600+. As compared to Lin Heung Kui, this place is much more "high class"...
The must try item - Char Siew Pau was really good, the ingredients- char siew is nicely marinated - and and pau dough was just nice.



Other stuff we ordered







Something interesting which I've tried for the 1st time - salted egg creamy bun - this is really really good - - beyond my expectation - creamy and yet does not taste too rich- mouthwatering indeed!



The place:
中環士丹利街24號地下至3樓
No, 24,Stanley Street,Central, Hong Kong
Open : Daily, 7.00am - 10pm.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Jim Chai Kee 沾仔記 Wanton@ Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong

CheckED-in at Cosmo Mongkok Hotel, after refreshment, we were super hungry, and went straight in search of some local delicacies. BTW, the hotel's service and room are quite good, but not really a strategic location to move around, even though there is free shuttle bus to go to nearest Olympic MTR Station, Mongkok Langham Place etc.....
I did some homework, before arrival, to check out great eating places nearby the hotel. The top list was - Jim Chai Kee wanton just a stone throw away from the hotel, serving its famous ping pong size wanton with super fresh prawns as ingredients ( literally 3 bouncy prawns inside the ping pong size wanton).
We ordered 2 bowl of wanton only, but found them so darn good,and cannot resist to order more....we also order the fish paste ball, which is quite good as well.
However, the dry noodle was rather disappointed, I still prefer Malaysia version of dry noodle...but the wanton, irresistible!



Address: 大角咀中滙街40號 No. 4,Chung Wui Street, Tai Kok Tsui.

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