Breakfast (total spent: HKD86)
The morning started with Hong Kong's famous delicacies - the "charsiew fan" at Joy Hing
Found this place on openrice.com, pretty good ratings but...
Anyway, we ordered a "charsiew" (half fatty, half skinny) rice (HKD26) and added a "lai pai siew yuk" (single serving roast pork) (HKD60)... rice is normal, "char siew's" normal, roast pork too salty... KL better, any time!
Address: Block C, G/F, 265-267 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai (Wan Chai MTR Exit A2)
Breakfast (round 2) (total spent: HKD46)
Next on the list is the Australian Dairy Company... we have heard a lot about this place from friends and relatives :)
We ordered a breakfast set and shared, well worth the money spent!
The queue was long queue but fast, people were lining up on the streets... anyway, this was taken after we had ours :P
Here's the menu for the benefit of the chinese readers, sorry for not having a translation since I can't read :P
The breakfast set came with toast, scrambled eggs, macaroni and ham in soup and a coffee, all that for only HKD26
We also added their famous milk pudding (HKD20) - people who love milk will love this :)
Address: G/F, 47-49 Parkes Street, Jordan (Jordon MTR Exit C2)
Lunch (total spent: HKD90)
Next stop is Kam Wah Cafe... This place is famous for its "polo yao" (pineapple bun with butter)
And yes... the polo yao is delicious!
Address: G/F, 47 Bute Street, Prince Edward (Mong Kok MTR exit B1)
Snack (total spent: HKD36)
Had a walk on Gold fish street and Lady's street, gave us the Petaling street feel but a lot cleaner :)
Part of our list was to find smelly toufu, since its winter time, it should be easier to find.
Stumbled upon one, huge crowd so we took our chances! It's called Kai Kee snack shop
Awesome when ate with the chilli sauce! (HKD9/piece)
Dinner (total spent: HKD50)
Had dinner pretty late since we had too much toufu earlier :P
We found this place highly recommended by HK's official tourism site, one of the famous winter delicacies, claypot rice! We headed to Four Season pot rice (四季煲仔飯) at Yau Me Tei
You can't miss this place because of the queue... we waiting for almost an hour standing in the cold! Frankly, we almost gave up... the queue started at Arthur street! Most of the patrons are locals!
Remember to add the soy sauce your own unlike KL where everything is already added.
Pancake is oily but oyster's are fresh and big!
Address: 46-58 Arthur Street, Yau Ma Tei (Yau Ma Tei MTR, exit C, walk along Man Ming Lance and take a left at Arthur St)
** Darn... my stomach is growling while updating this blog :x
Supper (total spent: HKD28)
We ended the day with dessert! Same place near our hotel :)
Tonight we had sweet potato in ginger soup and added 3 peanut "tong yuen" (glutinous rice ball filled with peanut) - one word... fantastic! (HKD28)