Going to Hong Kong in February is recommended. The weather is so nice. It’s cold and windy, around 12 degrees Celsius. Even around noontime, you will not feel the sun because it’s cloudy.
KFC has the yummiest Egg Tart. The KFC Egg Tart is a must eat every time I visit HK. The Roast Chicken Burger is new so we tried it. It is also good. Real chicken meat, not patty.
Roamed the streets of Wan Chai until it’s time to have some lunch. We managed to find a hidden gem inside the Bormington Market, Curry Wai Kee.
The place is bustling since it’s lunch time already. Locals and foreigners alike are competing to get seated. Since this place is known for its curry, we ordered Curry Mutton (Lamb), Curry Beef and Roast Duck.
The curries? Tastes good. I could eat with only the rice and the sauce. The beef? Super tender. I am not fond of eating lamb so I don’t have much comment. My husband does however and it surpassed his taste bud as well.
If you are eating here, better not be uber sensitive as this is not an uber clean place to begin with.
Our feet wandered off to Causeway Bay for some more walking. And coming to Causeway Bay means you have to go to Delicious Kitchen. A must try also!
Known for serving one of the tastiest Pork Rib in town. Doesn’t hurt that it comes with either a bowl of Veggie Fried Rice or Noodles. I like the rice better though.
Have undergone a renovation too so it’s all cozy and modern now.
While on our way to North Point. Stopped on our tracks to purchase a Purple Yam Vanilla Ice Cream Cone at McDo!
Love trying out new stuff everytime I am here in HK. Even if it’s too cold to eat an ice cream, still managed. My SIL said that this is not offered everywhere so might as well try already.
We are now in North Point. It is like we had a city tour today. Food tour that is!
Last stop for tonight is dinner! Met up with my brother in law and his girlfriend. They brought us to a Michelin starred resto called Ancient Moon.
The dishes that won Michelin Stars are the Prawn Mee and the Chilli Pan Mee. (both in the center).
What I loved most though is the Coconut Chicken. The others are just too spicy for me.
So there, the end of our first day in Hong Kong!
See you in my next posts!