Right after dropping our luggage at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel we made our to Disneyland Hotel to eat lunch at Crystal Lotus restaurant where I got to meet the other bloggers in our group.
The restaurant was beautifully decorated.
It was really nice meeting new bloggers from different fields. There were 2 from fashion, 1 travel and 2 family bloggers. It was really fun eating with bloggers who all take pictures of the food too and no one was hurrying me to finish taking pictures. I have new friends- Doc Gelo, Gael, Kryz, Laureen and Thammie. They were all so nice as well as their family members.
The Disney characters were really too cute to eat. I was so impressed with how good all the food was. My friend Elizabeth has been stayed in Disney hotels in the US and Japan and she said the food in the Hong Kong Disney hotels was the best she has eaten.
The roasted suckling pig was lean and very crisp.
Roasted Suckling Pig with Cucumber and
Sweetened Paste in Steamed Piggy Mask Buns
The dim sum were not only adorable they were so yummy too.
3 little pigs barbecue pork bun &
little green men pork & vegetable bun
Mickey’s seafood glutinous pancake
braised seafood soup with crab roe
wok-fried chicken & longan in sweet & sour sauce
The shrimp was really fresh and delicious.
wok-fried shrimp & Disney root vegetables
My favorite was the creamy curry flavored crab meat topping. I ate it and left the rice below. I really wanted to eat the rice too except for my silly no carb diet.
baked Tasmanian crab meat fried rice in crab shell
I liked the green tea jelly so much!!!
chilled Mickey’s red bean & honey pudding and
chilled Mickey’s green tea jelly
After lunch we were given our tickets to Disneyland. Check out my next post on my adventures in the happiest place on earth.
If Disney’s Hollywood Hotel had an art deco look, Disneyland Hotel had an elegant Victorian design.
If you’re old enough to remember the Christopher Reeve & Jane Seymour movie, Somewhere in Time the hotel would have been the perfect location for the movie.
The back of the hotel had this nice maze called Mickey Maze and a great view of the South China Sea.
I wish I had time to go through the Mickey maze.
Next post is Disneyland! Be sure to check it out.