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12.18.2017

What You See is What I Ate in HK

One of the easiest ways to make me happy is to FEED ME! If you did something wrong to me, I can be easily bribed with food (except for serious matters hahaha). I am not a picky eater. I can eat at hole-in-the-wall food stores or even at a random street food stall. More so, it is not a necessity for me to eat in fine dining or Michelin-star restaurants whenever I travel.

In Hong Kong, there are a lot of good fine dining restaurants but when my friends and I went there, we still opted to be more adventurous and tried to eat wherever our feet took us.

Now, if you are a picky eater and and you like fancy restos, I suggest not to continue browsing this post because you might just end up being disappointed. :)

Here are some of the HK food finds we tried and I could say we were satisfied with what we ate.

1) First, what is a trip to HK without a taste of authentic Chinese food? Chinese restos are all around HK and you would probably get confused on which store to choose. But here's my personal tip: when in doubt, choose a resto where a lot of people eat and there's a long queue. The downside though is you have to wait but it would be worth the wait for your hungry stomach. :-p

Beef Noodle Soup

Wanton Soup

Plain Noodle Soup

Egg Tarts for dessert

Milk tea


Beef Stir Fried Noodles

Pork Bone Soup

Braised Beef Soup

Pork and Vegetable Dumpling

2) While taking a stroll along Victoria Harbor, we saw these food trucks. Why not?




steamed pork bun. It doesn't look like it's as big as when you see it in person.

3) I told you I could eat street food.


Bacon-wrapped sausage

Grilled octopus



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