Saturday, April 30, 2005

Gam Wu Ting - Golden Shanghai Cuisine Restaurant, East Point City, Hang Hau

Gam Wu Ting - Golden Shanghai Cuisine Restaurant, East Point City, Hang Hau Posted by Hello

Noodles with pork in peanut sauce - Daam Daam Min Posted by Hello

Braised Tofu with vegetables (Pork was taken out)- Gaa Sayong Tofu Posted by Hello

Tortillas (Chapatti made from flour) Posted by Hello

Broccoli with Mushrooms Posted by Hello

Xiao Long Bao - Not as good as last time Posted by Hello

The food at this restaurant is very good and the decor is mostly red in yellow light with touches of blue and green. Dark brown furniture and friendly staff. Service is prompt and good. A place where I would like to go back. $90 per head. Enough food.

Thursday, April 28, 2005

Din Tai Fung, Whampoa Gourmet

Din Tai Fung , Chinese restaurant in Whampoa Posted by Hello

Rice noodles with soup (made from mung beans with fried bean curd and pork rolls - minced pork wrapped in sheets of bean curd) Posted by Hello

Fried rice with egg and shredded pork Posted by Hello

Siu Tong Pak Choy (short pak choy) - Yummy! Posted by Hello

And my favourite Xiao Long Bao (with pork filling). The sauce inside it was not as tangy. But overall taste was pretty good. Posted by Hello

Well-lit, spacious, comfortable chairs, good service. The temperature of water was lukewarm (a rare thing in HK where most restaurants will serve boiling hot water). The choice of food was limited to around 60 dishes. The taste of the food was not very strong and hence quite good. Since we ordered 2 sets of xiao long bao the cost came upto around $100 per head, else around $75.

Many good restaurants under one roof... Posted by Hello

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Modern China Restaurant, Causeway Bay

Modern China Restaurant, 10/F, Times Square. A place I keep coming back to...for xiao long bao. :-)) Costs HK$100 per head Posted by Hello

Kool deco Posted by Hello

A cup of warm water, a small bowl, a saucer, a soup spoon, a pair of chopsticks on holder, a wet tissue, a dry tissueand a tooth-pick...these are all you need to survive in a Chinese restaurant...I shall tell you later about holding chopsticks... Posted by Hello

Mostly vegetables Posted by Hello

Sliced Mutton with Chives and parsley. Tortillas to go with it...I had to squeeze in a little bit of lemon to add the tang Posted by Hello

Xiao Long Bao - The best in HK? Too Yummy!! Posted by Hello

Pickled vegetables Posted by Hello

Braised Tofu with mushroom Posted by Hello

Chinese on the China Posted by Hello

Chinese Birthday Buns Posted by Hello

Siu Xing Chi Mei, Causeway Bay

Had dinner at this Chinese restaurant. Causeway Bay, HK Posted by Hello

Salad, Fried Dumpling, Pork Ribs, Spring Rolls with sauce Posted by Hello

Xiao Long Bao - Surprisingly good taste...AD shall definitely return Posted by Hello

Vegetables and Bean Curd Posted by Hello

Pickle, Peanuts and Pork Floss Posted by Hello

Red Tea, Carrot Juice, Warm Water Posted by Hello

Vegetarian Rice Posted by Hello

Pork Ribs, vegetables and noodles. Honey on it...too sweet... Posted by Hello

Buns Posted by Hello

Cost was just HK$50 per head! Good taste. Too bright for a restaurant. In the basement (though that is not a problem). Staff were friendly.