|Anthony Bourdain in HK :D or was in HK haha|
|like his description of Mak's Noodles|
|the rare few times I'll palate kailan but it's very FRESH|
|superbly well-flavoured but yet simple wonton noodles|
|check out the HUGE wantons filled with 1 BIG prawn each YUMS|
|Tsui Wah's noodles - simple yet delish|
|oops...only left one!! swiss chicken wings|
Iced Lemon Tea to quench the thirst
Our tram ticket to the Peak...and the peek inside the tram
In case you are wondering what this is, this is one of the pavilions you see in Hong Kong dramas. This is at the Peak itself.
If you have been to Hong Kong or at least seen its scenic night views from Hong Kong dramas, this is it. Well, at least this is in the daytime. Bff and I went there early just to beat the crowd and breathe fresh air. Yes indeed, the air is much better than its stuffy city fumes.
|Bff's fav macaroni brekkie|
|I had their 'American' brekkie|
|Century Egg or Peh Dan (in cantonese)|
|Deep fried spicy tofu|
|roasted char siew YUMS|
|Claypot stir fried glass noodles|
|Mango Sago with Pomelo|
Ok I have to confess that I lied. It was mainly about food and drink. Haha but that's just what I love about Hong Kong. Their food looks simply done but tastes fabulous.
I'll be back for sure :D