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Jenny's Bakery Hong Kong

Jenny’s Bakery: A True Hong Kong Treat

A visit to Hong Kong is incomplete without a visit to Jenny’s Bakery. It is very famous among locals and tourists. Their original location is in the Stanley Market, but have since open many more locations throughout Hong Kong. They [...]

December 26, 2012 Bakery, Four Beakers, Specialty Shop, Stanley
I Love Cake Store

I Love Cake Store: Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, there are a bunch of hidden specialty shops that cater to a particular niche. There are so many that are hard to find  since they aren’t that easy to search on Google. People mostly depend on ‘word [...]

December 24, 2012 Specialty Shop, Yau Ma Tei

Cafe de Coral: Hong Kong Fast Food

Cafe de Coral is the largest Chinese Fast Food Chain in Hong Kong. They were founded in 1968 and now has over 150 locations and still growing. It’s cheap and the service is very quick. Sometimes your meal will be [...]

December 7, 2012 Fast Food, Hong Kong

Sushi One: Japanese Food in Hong Kong

Sushi One is a chain of Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong. We were shopping in the Tuen Mun area and decided to stop here for Japanese food. I’ve been craving for some sushi since Japanese is my all time favorite [...]

December 6, 2012 Japanese, Three Beakers, Tuen Mun

Burger King Hong Kong: Mushroom SwissTender Grill Chicken Panini

My last meal in Hong Kong was at the Hong Kong International Airport eating at Burger King. There really wasn’t anything good to eat in the area. My parents wanted drinks and I just wanted a sandwich. I know airplane [...]

December 4, 2012 Fast Food, Hong Kong

Sai Kung Cafe & Bakery: Cookies, Pineapple Buns, and Poo-shaped Cakes

Sai Kung Cafe and Bakery (西貢咖啡餅店) is known for their fresh egg tarts and pineapple buns. During the busy season, they can sell up to 1,000 egg tarts a day. There are lots of hungry people on the weekend that [...]

November 30, 2012 Chinese, Sai Kung

Prawn Noodle Shop: Getting Laksa in Hong Kong

Prawn Noodle Shop in Wan Chai is where my Grandpa took us for lunch when we were strolling through the Wan Chai area. They serve Malaysian and Singaporean dishes, but mostly just noodle dishes. The interior was small and the [...]

November 29, 2012 Four Beakers, Wan Chai

Campbell’s Soup Flavours in Hong Kong

When I was in Hong Kong, I was so amazed by the different soup flavours they have there compared to North America. They were actually good! My grandpa would secretly serve us some of these soups and we didn’t notice [...]

November 26, 2012 Hong Kong, product

Din Tai Fung: Michelin Star Restaurant in Hong Kong

Din Tai Fung is an award winning restaurant from Taiwan. There are branches all over the world. Din Tai Fung has been around since 1958 and then in the 1980s they began selling Xiao Long Bao, which made them very [...]

November 23, 2012 Dim Sum, Four Beakers, Taiwanese, Tsim Sha Tsui

Kee Tsui Cake Shop 奇趣餅家: Traditional Chinese Bakery

Kee Tsui Cake Shop is located on Fa Yuen Street. They are not any regular cake shop, they specialize in traditional Chinese pastries and cakes. It is family owned and has stayed that way that way. They have gotten rave [...]

November 22, 2012 Bakery, Chinese, Four Beakers, Mong Kok

Yokozuna 橫綱 : Long Lineup For Ramen in Hong Kong

Yokozuna may be a name of a famous wrestler, but in Hong Kong, it’s a place where everyone goes for ramen. It’s located in Yau Ma Tei. It has long line ups during lunch and dinner. The interior is quite [...]

November 15, 2012 Four Beakers, Japanese, Yau Ma Tei

Super Star Seafood Restaurant 鴻星海鮮酒家: Eating Air, Land and Sea Animals

Super Star Seafood Restaurant was founded in 1989 and have since expanded numerous locations in Hong Kong, Japan and China. We came here with my parents family friends. It’s popular place to dine and serves up seafood Cantonese style. It [...]

November 12, 2012 Causeway Bay, Chinese, Two Beakers

Tung Kee Seafood & Restaurant 通記海鮮野味酒家: Seafood Dinner is Sai Kung

We took a trip to Sai Kung district, which is Hong Kong’s 2nd largest district. We specifically went to Sai Kung town where it is mostly a fisherman town.It’s a popular place for seafood lovers! It’s very popular for tourists [...]

November 9, 2012 Four Beakers, Sai Kung, Seafood

Pepper Lunch: DIY Steak at a Food Court

Pepper Lunch is a fast food outlet that originated from Japan. It is a DIY steakhouse that is mostly found at food courts. They have locations all over Asia. All of the items are presented to you on a hot [...]

November 8, 2012 Fast Food, Three Beakers, Tung Chung

Imperial City Restaurant: Inside of Dynasty Club

Inside the Dynasty Club is a restaurant called Imperial City Restaurant that servers Cantonese food. They have an array of roasted meats, dim sum, and sweets. Our relatives took us here to show us some amazing food. The interior is [...]

November 3, 2012 Chinese, Four Beakers, Wan Chai

Mos Burger: Awesome Fast Food Burgers

Mos Burger is a fast food chain from Japan. It has about 14 locations in Hong Kong near the major malls. They have been around since 1972! Mos Burger specializes in burgers! The burgers aren’t even comparable to any fast [...]

November 2, 2012 Fast Food, Hong Kong

Australia Dairy Company: Eggs, Milk Tea, and Milk Pudding

Australia Dairy Company was voted one of the best restaurants in Hong Kong for 2012 according to Openrice.com. They are best known for their toast, scrambled egg, and steamed milk. It’s a very popular place and it attracts a lot [...]

October 29, 2012 Cafe, Chinese, Jordan, Three Beakers

Kam Wah Cafe 金華冰廳: Egg Tarts, Pineapple Buns, and Milk Tea

During this Summer, we were caught in a severe typhoon, but despite the warnings, we still headed out for some delicious lunch. Everyone had their umbrellas and if you had shoes on, they were guaranteed to be soaked. The typhoon [...]

October 27, 2012 Bakery, Cafe, Chinese, Four Beakers, Prince Edward
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