If you know me or are a regular reader of this blog then you’ll know I’m a matchaholic. The best places to get the widest choices of matcha products are Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong. When I’m in Hong Kong I track down the new places just to try them out. Some make it toContinue reading “Hong Kong: Matcha Heaven at Nakamura Tokichi”
One of my favorite restaurants in Hong Kong is Nobu in InterContinental Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui. I’ve eaten there a number of times but I can’t believe the only time I wrote about it was way back in 2009 and it was one of my first few posts.
Majority of the Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong serve Cantonese food. When we want a change we go for Shanghainese food which has their own specialties and the most popular is the Xiao Long Bao.
I hate going to Harbour City in Hong Kong. Each time I go there I gain about 5 lbs!!! But really it’s one of the best malls in Hong Kong. It seems all the retail brands have a shop there.
Whenever I go to Hong Kong I stay in Kowloon side. It’s been that way since I was a child and I never had any desire to cross the tunnel to stay in Hong Kong side until I visited matcha heaven. Now I want to stay near Via Tokyo.
You know I’m obsessed with matcha right? Well, last December I went crazy in Hong Kong and bought everything green that I saw. There were a few finds and some duds.
The title of this post may seem strange to you. I wanted to share my discovery of a Hong Kong prepaid data sim card and I couldn’t just post two pictures so I threw in a delicious food find.
I have a friend from the US and she said there’s no good food in Hong Kong. She’s lucky we were chatting online when she said that or else she would have heard my loud scream, “Are you crazy?” I’ve forgiven her for that blasphemous statement.
Whenever someone asks me to recommend a restaurant in Hong Kong I always reply Wu Kong and Chuk Yuen as must eats.
Ever since Philippine Airlines changed management there have been several changes like the newly renovated lounge in the Naia terminal 2, the improved airline food and the change to the Plaza Premium Lounge in Hong Kong.