Browsing the "Hong Kong" Category

Starbucks: Introduction of Starbucks Refreshers

Earlier this Summer, Starbucks launched their new drinks – “Starbucks Refreshers”. These are cold fruity drinks with “natural energy”. They use green coffee extract, so you get that boost of energy without drinking coffee. The refreshers come in 2 flavours [...]

October 25, 2012 Cafe, Fast Food, Hong Kong

Charlie Brown Cafe 查理布朗咖啡專門店: Novelty Cafe in Hong Kong

Charlie Brown Cafe is every child’s dream! Or at least my dream since I grew up watching the cartoon and reading the comics. This location is their flagship store. When I passed by, I had to stop and go here. [...]

October 20, 2012 Cafe, Dessert, Food for Thought, Three Beakers, Tsim Sha Tsui

Sweet Garden 糖圓園: Shaved Ice x Bubble Tea

Sweet Garden has a few locations in Hong Kong. The location I went to was in the Windsor House in Causeway Bay. We were walking around the mall and got thirsty, so we decided to stop for some drinks before [...]

October 19, 2012 Bubble Tea, Cafe, Causeway Bay, Dessert, Three Beakers

Wing Lok Yuen Restaurant 永樂園餐廳: Chinese Hot Dogs

I got word from a viewer on Twitter that I should visit Wing Lok Yuen Restaurant for Hot Dogs in Hong Kong. As I was passing by the area anyways, I decided to stop by for a snack. It’s located [...]

October 18, 2012 Central

Perfume River Restaurant 香河越南餐廳: Vietnamese Food In Hong Kong

Hong Kong at night is very breath-taking! The architecture of the buildings always impress me. Staying out late makes people hungry, so we went on the search for some food. My grandpa took us to Perfume River Restaurant in Causeway [...]

October 10, 2012 Causeway Bay, Two Beakers, Vietnamese

KFC in Hong Kong

When I went to KFC in Korea, I loved it so much! I was back in Hong Kong and I was super curious about the KFC here, so I decided to have dinner here with my mom and sister. I [...]

October 9, 2012 Fast Food, Hong Kong

Yo Mama: Froyo in Hong Kong

Yo Mama is a chain of frozen yogurt shops all around town. I was attracted to this place because of it’s hilarious name. I am sure you’ve heard the hundreds of jokes that are like “Yo Mama so fat…..she weights [...]

October 8, 2012 Causeway Bay, Dessert, Two Beakers

Cat Store Cafe: Cat Friendly Dining in Hong Kong

Cat Store is a very unique cafe that caters to cat lovers. You can dine with your friends and play with their cats. This cafe is great for people who love cats, but can’t have a cat at home. Especially [...]

October 7, 2012 Cafe, Causeway Bay, Chinese, Two Beakers

Welcome Food Court 時來食坊: Snack at Cheung Chau Island

We decided to take a day trip to Cheung Chau. Cheung Chau is a small island eat of Hong Kong Island. They attract visitors for their beaches and the Cheung Chau Bun Festival. It has a population of about 23,000. [...]

October 3, 2012 Cheung Chau

Florinda Cafe: Specializing in Macau Cuisine

Macau Restaurant, also known as Florinda Cafe is very popular amongst tourist visiting Macau and Hong Kong. This location was at the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal and was very busy during the peak hours. They are best known for their [...]

September 30, 2012 Cafe, Sheung Wan, Two Beakers

Unicorn Restaurant 麒麟閣酒家: Afternoon Tea in Hong Kong

Unicorn Restaurant 麒麟閣酒家 has been around for 30 years providing guest with delicious Chinese food for large banquet style events or just for regular dinner. The restaurant is located inside the Lee Theatre Plaza in Causeway Bay. Since they do [...]

September 29, 2012 Causeway Bay, Chinese, Dim Sum, Three Beakers

Tokachi Gyuu Japanese Restaurant: Gross Japanese Restaurant

Tokachi Gyuu Japanese Restaurant has several restaurants all over Hong Kong. We wanted to try something different for lunch, so we thought about coming to this restaurant. Outside the restaurant, there is a huge menu. If you are waiting, you [...]

September 27, 2012 Cafe, Japanese, Tin Shui Wai, Two Beakers

Super Star Seafood Restaurant: Graduation Buns & Elephant Dumplings

Super Star Seafood Restaurant (or some called it Red Star Seafood Restaurant) is located on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. They have various locations in Hong Kong and even one location in Richmond, BC. My grandfather took us to [...]

September 26, 2012 Chinese, Dim Sum, Four Beakers, Tsim Sha Tsui

Paul Lafayet: French Patisserie in Hong Kong

Paul Lafayet is a 3 Michelin starred pastry chef who bring the citizens of Hong Kong authentic French pastries and desserts. This location is in K11 in Tsim Sha Tsui. They are best known for their yummy macarons and delicate [...]

September 24, 2012 Bakery, Cafe, Dessert, Three Beakers, Tsim Sha Tsui

Yee Shun Milk Company: Steamed Milk Custard in Hong Kong

Yee Shun Milk Company is located in Causeway Bay and is a popular destination for tourists. I spotted this when using my Trip Advisor app and it was ranked quite highly. The company originated from Macau and opened 4 locations [...]

September 21, 2012 Causeway Bay, Chinese, Dessert, Three Beakers

Chao and Hak: Chiu Chow Chinese Restaurant in Hong Kong

Chao and Hak has 3 locations all over Hong Kong – North Point, Sheung Shui, and Diamond Hill . They specialize in Chiu Chow cuisine. We came to the Sheung Shui location for some dim sum. There was a large [...]

September 18, 2012 Chinese, Dim Sum, Sheung Shui, Three Beakers

Lung Wah Hotel: Eating Pigeon in Hong Kong

Lung Wah Hotel (龍華酒店) in Sha Tin, Hong Kong is known for their deep-fried pigeons. My little sister loves to eat pigeons, so the relatives made sure we had pigeon during our trip. The restaurant is located in the middle [...]

September 16, 2012 Chinese, Four Beakers, Sha Tin

Mangosteen: Finding Exotic Fruit in Hong Kong

Mangosteen is a tropical fruit found in South East Asia.It is only in season for 6 to 10 weeks of the year. You can usually find really nice ripe ones from July to September. When I was in Hong Kong [...]

September 14, 2012 Food for Thought, Hong Kong