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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Hong Kong Trip: Day 4

Happy New Year!!!
So I pretty much forgot to finish recapping my Hong Kong trip, which happened nearly 8 months ago XD
Better late than never?

The fourth day started out with breakfast at a tiny and noisy place where we were forced to share tables with a stranger (common in Hong Kong, weird for me hahaha)
The food here was great though so worth sacrificing personal space!

Best HK style milk tea ever!


With a thick slab of butter in it, how can this not be good?



Next, we headed to Festival Walk, a huge shopping center in Kowloon Tong.


To refuel after shopping, we went to simplylife for some afternoon tea.
The cafe is located on level 2 of the shopping complex, near the food court.


With each afternoon tea set, you got to select a sandwich or cake.


Everything we ordered tasted pretty good.


I could really go for a slice of that epic chocolate tart right now...



Highly recommend this place. The atmosphere is very relaxing, good place to people watch since it is right above the indoor ice skating rink.
Or you can wander over and drool at the delicious cakes and breads XD





The line for afternoon tea at simplylife is long so plan ahead!

That evening we went to the Temple Street Night Market for some dinner.


I am not sure what the name of the restaurant is in English but the food here is so good! And very cheap too =]




This clay pot rice dish is a must order. The rice on the bottom gets crispy. Yum!




Fried oyster pancake was also one of their popular dishes.



After dinner, we walked to Nathan Road, which is nearby, for shopping and dessert.



Dessert! 
The mango one is mine, of course XD



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This ahjussi still has his moves ^o^


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7 comments:

  1. NOMNOMNOM! I totally want the dimsum and the asian dishes! The last few desserts look delish too! I haven't been to hong kong since I was 7! I would love to go for a shopping and food holiday!

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  2. oh man your HK pictures are seriously epic. food porn galore!! i loveee HK mango sago desserts!! and that clay pot looks SOOOOO nommy!! ohh i can imagine that chinese sausage fat dripping all over the rice lolol!

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  3. wowwwww this post totally reminds me of the days when I was living there! Can't wait to go back! Tons of amazing shopping and eating and nonstop partying! hehe lucky u!!

    xoxo, Mango ❤
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  4. All of the food looks so good! I would love to try the oyster pancake. Is it similar to the seafood pancakes Koreans make?

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    1. Yes pretty similar! Totally wish I had some now XD

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  5. omg all the food looks so delicious! especially all the cakes and egg tarts! i also tagged you in a libester award! (http://juletsheeeh.blogspot.com/2014/01/tagged-liebster-award.html) feel free to do it if you want. =)

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  6. The desserts are pretty. I wish there are more desserts cafe like that in my city. I usually head to Whole Foods for a quick dessert fixed, but it doesn't even compare....

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