Tag Archives: Hong Kong

Futago


Great Japanese BBQ at futago

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Robuchon


Eggs and tea are nice at Robuchon

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Sen-ryo


A good selection of nice options at Sen-ryo

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Venchi


Great gelato served in chocolate dipped cone at Venchi

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Something Wild


Stumbled on to Something Wild at K11. The afternoon snack was great.

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Green Common


Some nice vegetarian options at Green Common

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Tsukada Nojo


Quite a bit of picture worthy options at Tsukada Nojo. I had a lighter dinner with rice rolls and salad

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Chi Lin nunnery


We had a quiet walk through the garden on a warm, sunny day.

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Mango Tree


Mango Tree does a nice job with environment and Thai food. Nice to enjoy with friends

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Chinese Opera House


A new attraction to Hong Kong. Maybe I can check out a performance one day

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Teawood


Teawood is a Taiwanese Cafe in Hong Kong. Seems decent food with picture worthy dessert

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Lion


Lion aspires to be exotic twist on Hong Kong food. It’s a nice feel.

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Chalisi


Chalisi for a bit of Hong Kong

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Peninsula


Having tea at Peninsula seems to be a must do in Hong Kong

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Peninsula


A great afternoon tea at Peninsula

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Kyohayashiya


Kyohayashiya serves dessert since before USA

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Hong Kong wonton noodles


A random wonton noodles place in Hong Kong  

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Ritz Carlton


Ritz Carlton has a nice lunch buffet that we used to host a team lunch

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Madam S’Ate


Madam S’ate has a nice lunch set which I get most times I am in Hong Kong

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Robuchon


Nice breakfast at Robuchon

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Namh


Had some good lettuce and chicken at Namh

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Congee


Congee loaded up with extras

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Tim Ho Wan


Tim Ho Wan is a Michelin star dim sum place. It seems quite popular for a quick dim sum fix

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Madam S’ate


Madam D’Arcy has nice lunch set. The grill fish is done nicely

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Namh


Namh had nice tiger prawns and vegetable rolls

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Breakfast at W


Had a decent breakfast at W before going to work.

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The Pond


Nice family dinner at the Pond. The duck and dessert were particularly nice

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Mui Kee


hWe had a local flavor dinner with a chicken, pork, and oyster congee. English name comes out to be Mui Kee. Tasty.

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Madam Sate


We had a quick drink at Madam Sate. The chicken popper and drinks are nice.

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Kaya


We had some nice Korean food for lunch. Kaya has a discount on lunch if you can get out before 1PM.

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French Window Brasserie


French Window Brasserie has a nice grilled seafood dish and desserts.

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Cedele


Disappointed in limp bacon but good for quick breakfast

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Le Salon de the de Joel Robuchon


Too bad I could not get crepe for breakfast but still a good start to the day

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Giant Seafood Hotpot


I think the name ‘Giant Seafood Hotpot’ says it all. It seems like a decent deal and the place is open til very late at night.

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Walking the bridge


Walking the narrow bridge while hiking from Sai Kung is interesting especially when people bob up and down on the creaky wood.

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Pizza Express


I always liked Pizza Express. Throw in free wifi at the airport and I am sold on getting a quick pizza before my flight.

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Fresh off the boat


The sellers save on space on the pier and sell right off the boats in Sai Kung

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Hills of Hong Kong


I think I did enough hills to work my legs out for a while. The little side streets and small merchants do make for interesting exploration.

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Cicada


While exploring the hills of Hong Kong, I found a nice little tapas place, Cicada. The beef skewers were excellent. The vegetable rolls and eggplant were also quite nice. Definitely worth a visit.

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R&R Bagels


R&R Bagels is located on Li Yuen Street West which seems more like an alley. The shop is hidden behind some street stalls. But I managed to find it and had a great maple bacon, egg on a bagel.

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