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 someone asks me to recommend a restaurant in Hong Kong I always reply Wu Kong and Chuk Yuen as must eats.
When iSquare opened a few years ago I remember Romankan Yokohama was one of the first restaurants to open. I guess I wasn’t too interested in tonkatsu then. Last August I finally got to try this Japanese restaurant. Read on to see how they compare to all the tonkatsu restaurants in Hong Kong and Manila.
The newest restaurant to open in iSquare is modern Shanghainese restaurant Shanghai Popo. We had our first dinner there.
I’ve passed by Ootoya Japanese restaurant (right beside Imperial Hotel on Nathan Road) so many, many times I never thought of trying it. I thought it was a very expensive restaurant. I was wrong.
A relatively new addition to iSquare’s roster of restaurants is Marugame Seimen, a popular udon chain from Japan.
While Manila is basking in the influx of ramen shops I’m happy to report that Hong Kong has seen the light and is starting to open udon restaurants.
Since I’ll be going to Hong Kong again soon I decided to post my discoveries from my trip last Holy Week. I didn’t know Eric Kayser, a popular bakery from France, opened a store in Hong Kong until a thoughtful reader pointed it out to me.
One of the restaurants we always patronize in Hong Kong is this hole in the wall restaurant that serves the best congee and pretty good noodle soup. Chiu Fat used to be in Hankow Rd. but now it moved to a more visible location in Lock Rd. It’s right beside Swindon Books and next toContinue reading “Cheap & Good Eats at Chiu Fat Porridge Noodle Restaurant”
There are so many malls in Tsim Sha Tsui and I try my best to go to most of them even only to window shop. When I went to The One which is located along Nathan Rd. and the corner of Granville Rd. I didn’t expect to find a couple of dessert places which IContinue reading “Dessert at The One Mall”