Tim Ho Wan finally opened in SM Mega Fashion Hall (SM Megamall Bldg. D) last May 20, 2014, Tuesday at exactly 12:00 pm. At that time my friends and I were at Mu Noodle Bar having lunch. While eating I was looking at pictures of the long queue to Tim Ho Wan on Instagram.
Whenever someone asks me to recommend a restaurant in Hong Kong I always reply Wu Kong and Chuk Yuen as must eats.
Whenever I go to Hong Kong I stay in Tsim Sha Tsui that’s why most of my restaurant reviews are from the area. I hardly go to Hong Kong side just to eat. I figured there was more than enough good restaurants in my side of the harbour so why bother? Last August I metContinue reading “A Day of Eating in Sheung Wan”
My friends Jennie and Florence treated our group to a stuff-your-face-silly dim sum lunch at Solaire Resort and Casino. The private rooms in Red Lantern were beautifully appointed. There is a minimum consumable fee of P20,000 if you want to dine in private. I really liked the Chinese calligraphy stickers on the glass walls. OurContinue reading “All You Can Eat Dim Sum at Red Lantern, Solaire Resort & Casino”
I used to stay very near Minden Avenue several years ago. I never went there because there was nothing there except for a laundry shop and some bars. It wasn’t until I went to Butao Ramen that I discovered the whole street was lined with several restaurants. Minden Avenue is parallel to Mody Road. K11Continue reading “Lunch at Cloudland Chinese Cuisine”
Last December we took a short trip to Macao from Hong Kong. Months before our trip I looked at the rates and room pictures of virtually all the newer hotels in Macao. Sure there were a lot of really nice looking rooms but the sizes were much smaller than Venetian’s Verona suite and the priceContinue reading “Imperial House Dim Sum”
We always eat at Chuk Yuen on our first or second day in Hong Kong. It’s my comfort food in Hong Kong and I really needed it after my unsatisfactory meals at Carpaccio and Ginza Bairin the previous day. When you have lunch at Chuk Yuen they USUALLY offer you FREE hot sugarcane or orangeContinue reading “More Chuk Yuen Love”
Whenever anyone asks me where to eat in Hong Kong my reply is always Chuk Yuen for dim sum and Wu Kong for the food and xiao long bao. Every time I go to Hong Kong I eat at these two restaurants at least once. Each time I go to Chuk Yuen they have somethingContinue reading “Shanghai Wonton from Chuk Yuen Seafood Restaurant”
For lunch I ate at Nanhai No. 1, a Michelin One Star restaurant in a beautiful setting with matching prices. For dinner I bought dim sum at a hole in a wall in Mongkok which also had the distinction of being the cheapest Michelin One Star restaurant in Hong Kong. I went to Tim Ho WanContinue reading “Take Out Dinner From Tim Ho Wan”
I’ve featured several restaurants in iSquare since we often eat there if we’re too lazy to walk. It’s just a few minutes walk from our place in Tsim Sha Tsui. I never knew there was a Michelin One Star Chinese restaurant, Nanhai No. 1, in the building until I read the reviews on OpenRice. The moreContinue reading “Lunch at Nanhai No. 1”