The hustle, the bustle, the food, the people… awr, it’s good to be back, Hong Kong.
Honey BBQ’d pork, goose, duck…. hmmm.
The entrance and que at Tim Ho Wan (1 Michelin star).
Best dim-sum I’ve ever had (and I’ve had heaps!)… at Tim Ho Wan. Well worth the 2 hour wait. Review coming soon.
Tram on Hong Kong island.
A quick snack was needed. Gyoza, Japanese style pan fried pork dumplings. These were really good.
On the subway, waiting for the train.
Tsim Sha Tsui station.
Fishmonger at the food market in Mong Kok.
Butcher at the food market in Mong Kok.
Hong Kong’s famous skyline. More people in Hong Kong live or work above the 14th floor than anywhere else on Earth, making it the world’s most vertical city.
Waiting to board the Star Ferry, which connects Hong Kong island with Kowloon. The star ferry started in 1888 and is still popular today, carrying over 70,000 passengers a day, or 26 million a year.
Shing Fat Coconut Company – I like the name :)
Egg tarts at Kam Fung Cafe. These were good, but I’ve had better.
The fresh food market in Central – one of my favourite places in Hong Kong.
The seafood was incredibly fresh… wish I had a kitchen I could have used :)
More roasted meats. Hmmm….
I got a slab of Honey BBQ’d pork that the guy sliced up for me. Salty, rich, sweet – how it’s supposded to taste like.
Wondering around central at night.
Enjoying some good Japanese micro-brew beers at YardBird. Reviewing coming soon.
KFC – Korean Fried Caylifloer – one of the most special dishes I’ve had this year. At YardBird.
Enjoyed a great dinner at Lung King Sheen (3 Michelin stars). Review coming soon.
Desert at Lung King Sheen.
On the way home at the airport, we decided to dine at Pizza Express, which really did exceed my expectations.
All in all it was a great trip, and I’m looking forward to returning soon.