Lunch at Wu Kong

Wu Kong is a very popular Shanghai restaurant in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui. It’s been in business since 1984 and business has been really strong since they had a total renovation a few years ago. At lunch they offer their version of dim sum and light meals. It’s easier to get a tableContinue reading “Lunch at Wu Kong”

Dinner at Cafe de Coral

When you’re in Hong Kong and you want a fast, cheap and filling meal go to your nearest branch of Cafe de Coral. They’re the biggest chain of Chinese fast food. They have pretty good food too. They constantly have new dishes as well as old time favorites. You order in the front where theContinue reading “Dinner at Cafe de Coral”

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”

Dinner at Hang Fa Lau Dessert

We just arrived in Hong Kong for the Holy Week holidays. Over the next few days I’ll be posting the restaurants where we usually eat at. From the really cheap to the average. Nothing over the top like my trip last February. I hope it will you some ideas next time you go to HongContinue reading “Dinner at Hang Fa Lau Dessert”

The Century Seafood Restaurant

This is my first time to try this restaurant located on the ground floor of Century Park Hotel. This restaurant is known for big wedding receptions for the Chinese community. We were invited by the one of restaurant’s partners for a truly unforgettable lunch. live seafood tanks lobsters sea mantis in plastic bottles and rockContinue reading “The Century 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”

Lunch at Peking Garden

Next to Choi Garden this is our favorite Chinese restaurant. jumping fountains all around Trinoma Mall free appetizer – Spicy Wonton skin Cold Cuts – Butterfly Fish, Thinly sliced Pork, White Chicken and Veggie I was about to eat this when Vivian asked me “why did you call your blog Shoot First, Eat Later?” IContinue reading “Lunch at Peking Garden”