Wednesday, March 10, 2010

[HK Dec2009] Day 2 in Hong Kong, what I ate.........


Free at hotel.

Holiday Inn Express brekkie menu

Holiday Inn Exp brekkie
Set B

We only ever eat Set A & B.


Chui Wah Macaunese Restaurant

There are several branches throughout HK and Kowloon. The branch we visited was the one on Lockhart Road as we were nearby shopping for shoes.

Chui Wah Hokkien fried rice
Hokkien fried rice

Chui Wah mixed chop rice
Mixed chop set rice

Consisted of chicken chop, pork chop, hotdog, ham and chicken wing served on rice. Some greens were served on side.

Chui Wah portuguese tarts
Portuguese tart

Afternoon tea

UCC Cafe at Apita, Taikooshing

UCC Cafe at Apita Taikoo

UCC waffle and coffee
Winter special: Chocolate waffles served with ice-cream and fruit; coffee

We shopped up a storm at Taikooshing. By the time we decided to buy a luggage to put all our shopping in, I am super tired and my feet were killing me.

UCC Cafe was right next to luggage department so me and Princess went in to have a waffle and coffee while waiting for Big King to finalise the purchase.



There were queues everywhere at every restaurants' doors.

It was raining and we were super hungry so we decided to just cross the road and patronise KFC. It was our last resort, but we actually had our best meal of the day!


Mushrom rice and portuguese tarts were nice. The tarts were a lot nicer than what we had in the arvo.



Yishun double skin steam milk
We went back to the shops behind Sogo to look for Princess school shoes at Clarks.

After making the purchase, we walked a few doors away to Yishun to have the famed double skin steamed milk.

It had been raining since the morning and I was feeling a bit under the weather so I ordered steamed milk with ginger juice.

The ginger was very strong, I actually had difficulty taking a second bite but I managed to finish about 3/4 and felt energised after eating. It warmed the body up insantly starting from the tummy and spread to rest of body slowly. I felt it boosted my immune system, hehe.

I still think Australian Dairy Co. in Jordan is best for steamed milk.


Gastronomy Gal said...

amazing that KFC did the best tarts!

ahbing said...

The food offered by KFC at Hong Kong looks so much different. Wayyyyyy better than Australia one :P

I personally still think Malaysia KFC is the best. Hmm.

Happy Chinese New Year to you.. it's a bit late but better than none ^^;

Sorina said...

This is just beautiful. Awesome Post!