World Soybean Milk Magnate

We told my cousin, Angie who’s been living in Taipei for more than 10 years now, that we wanted to eat authentic Taiwanese food specially soy milk and you tiao or Chinese fried crullers. Angie brought us to World Soybean Milk Magnate. With a name like that our expectations were high. While writing this entryContinue reading “World Soybean Milk Magnate”

Lunch at House of Jasmine

House of Jasmine was recommended to me by my buddy, Arlene. She told me about it last December but it was only last April that I remembered to try it.  I’ve seen this restaurant a lot of times since it’s on the same level as my favorite store, Muji in Harbour City. I always thoughtContinue reading “Lunch at House of Jasmine”

Dim Sum Lunch at Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant

We liked the food and ambiance at Pak Loh Chiu Chow restaurant so much the last time we were there we knew we had to go back. Last holy week we went to Hong Kong and had our first lunch there and ordered from their dim sum menu. Before our favorite restaurant for dim sumContinue reading “Dim Sum Lunch at Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant”

Dim sum lunch at Lili, Hyatt Hotel

It all started with Janet’s email – “Girls do you want to try the dim sum at Lili? They have a promo that’s ending soon.” Naturally the replies were fast and furious. And within a few days of the email we went to Lili for lunch. The promotion was “All you can eat dim sum”Continue reading “Dim sum lunch at Lili, Hyatt Hotel”

Lunch at Lung King Heen

I was excited to finally eat at Lung King Heen. It’s one of the best Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong. From their website: Lung King Heen is the only Chinese restaurant in the world to receive three Michelin stars. The only Chinese chef ever to receive this prestigious accolade, Executive Chinese Chef Chan Yan TakContinue reading “Lunch at Lung King Heen”

Sunday Lunch at The Century Seafood Restaurant

We liked the food the last time we ate at Century so we returned for Sunday lunch. har gau or shrimp dumplings chicken feet siomai All the dimsum were good but the fried shrimp and mango roll was outstanding. It was different from the usual dimsum fare. fried shrimp & mango roll We liked the Wagyu steakContinue reading “Sunday Lunch at The Century Seafood Restaurant”

Last meal in Hong Kong at Chuk Yuen

After nearly 2 weeks in Hong Kong it was time to go back home to Manila. We will miss the cool weather and the fantastic food. Time to diet and hit the gym full blast.There’s was no question where we would eat lunch and our last meal in Hong Kong. We wanted to eat theContinue reading “Last meal in Hong Kong at Chuk Yuen”

Lunch at Super Star Seafood Restaurant

Super Star Seafood restaurant didn’t have a dim sum menu in English. But their regular menu is in English. Their dim sum is ok but I like Chuk Yuen’s better. This is their version of peanuts on the table. They automatically put it on each table and it’s not free. You’ll see it on theContinue reading “Lunch at Super Star Seafood Restaurant”

Lunch at Chuk Yuen Seafood Restaurant

Chuk Yuen is, imho, the best place to eat dim sum in Hong Kong, well in Tsim Sha Tsui anyway. First they have an English menu for you to place a tick mark on what you want to order. Trust me this is not common practice. A lot of restaurants have only Chinese menus. DimContinue reading “Lunch at Chuk Yuen Seafood Restaurant”

Emerald Garden’s Siopao

Introducing the ginormous siopao from Emerald Garden Restaurant. Otherwise known as Tai Pao (giant siopao). You almost have to bow in the presence of this siopao. It weighs 386 grams or 13.6 oz. Imagine eating 4 Quarter Pounders minus a bun. It’s not easy getting hold of this baby. You have to call and reserveContinue reading “Emerald Garden’s Siopao”