Dinner at Guangdong Barbecue Restaurant

I did a post on the shops and restaurants I love in Hankow rd. in Tsim Sha Tsui. I have to add this restaurant that my friend Tisay recommended. I’ve passed by this restaurant numerous times but I had no idea it would be so good. Sure all the lovely meats hanging looked tempting. ButContinue reading “Dinner at Guangdong Barbecue Restaurant”

Empire City Roasted Duck

In Hong Kong there are more restaurants than you have days and stomachs to try them all. There are cuisines from around the world but naturally as a tourist you’d want to eat Chinese food. Filipinos have a penchant for Peking duck and I’ve discovered a restaurant in K11 mall that specializes in duck. AsContinue reading “Empire City Roasted Duck”

Lunch at Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant

Pak Loh is another of my favorite restaurants in Hong Kong. What makes it different is they specialize in Chiu Chow cuisine instead of Cantonese cuisine which is widely available in Hong Kong. Chiuchow or Teochew cusisine (潮州菜) originates from the Chaoshan region of China in the north-easternmost area of the Guangdong province, which includesContinue reading “Lunch at Pak Loh Chiu Chow Restaurant”

Dinner at Ants One, K11 Mall

If you’ve been reading this blog daily don’t be confused. I just finished posts on Taipei and this post is the beginning of entries on my trip to Hong Kong last April. Every time we go to Hong Kong we eat the same places which are our family’s favorites like Wu Kong and Chuk Yuen.Continue reading “Dinner at Ants One, K11 Mall”

Shopping and Eating in Hong Kong: K11 Mall

Another nice place to shop and eat in Tsim Sha Tsui is a relatively new mall called K11. It’s not a big mall but there are some interesting shops and restaurants there.One of my favorite Chinese restaurants that also serve awesome dim sum is Pak Loh Chiu Chow has a branch in K11. You canContinue reading “Shopping and Eating in Hong Kong: K11 Mall”

Shopping and Eating in Hong Kong: Hankow and Ashley Roads

One of the best places to shop and eat in Hong Kong is at Tsim Sha Tsui or TST. Most Filipino tourists are very familiar with Harbour City where all the brands are under one roof. But there is much more to TST than Harbour City. One of my favorite streets is Hankow Road whichContinue reading “Shopping and Eating in Hong Kong: Hankow and Ashley Roads”

Dinner at Monster Sushi

We wanted to have a light and simple dinner so we went to iSQUARE to try Monster Sushi. It was a week night that’s why we were able to get a table quickly. If you go to iSQUARE on a weekend be prepared to join long queues in most restaurants. Gunkan sushi (battleship sushi) areContinue reading “Dinner at Monster Sushi”

The One, Hong Kong

Last October I discovered a new mall in Tsim Sha Tsui by accident. I was amazed that there was another tall retail building just a couple of blocks away from the relatively new iSquare and K11. From to their website: The ONE, the latest all-in-one retail complex developed by Chinese Estates Holdings, is one ofContinue reading “The One, Hong Kong”

Honeymoon Dessert

After dinner at Te we went next door to have dessert at Honeymoon Dessert. I never had such a hard time choosing dessert. In a western restaurant my choice would almost always contain the word chocolate. In Honeymoon Dessert you won’t find the word chocolate anywhere. What you will see are the words sweet balls,Continue reading “Honeymoon Dessert”