Second day of our trip. As we wake up early and gather ready to go and hunt for food. Previously at Mong Kok I did spot a shop there already as it was quite packed with people but I think every shop also was packed with ppl that night.
While we reached LangHam Place to go for shopping and we found out that we were too early. Most of the shop had not open yet so we went to look for breakfast. Ask around for the stall on the street where will he recommend us to eat and he ask us walk walk walk further down bout 2 blocks away and turn right.
So ended up in Mong Kok again for the first night when we came out from the subway tunnel. Then I instantly point to the shoop that I spotted before and ask every 1 go in and eat.
I don know how to read chinese
so what the heck. Just take pictures and post it up. The funny thing in the restaurant is always ‘A Chan’, ‘B Chan’, ‘C Chan’
means like set A or B or C. Really a Hong kong
tea house. Kekekek
As for me, I only know how to see and point. A half banana like me which know how to speak but do not know how to read, so the only thing to rely on during order food of course is the Pictures. If the pictures quality is good and the food take tempting and come out SUCKS also no choice.
If I am not mistaken this is ‘Set G’ HKD 20
which is 1 ‘Milk Tea’
and ‘Polo Bun’
. First thing first. I must say that the milk tea here is far much nicer that any of the restaurant in Malaysia can offer. 10x better than Kim Gary or watever Hong kong
restaurant we have. The thickness of the tea and the milk taste is just there. A satisfying drink to start off with.
and of course my very favourite and not to be miss during in Hong
Kong which is of course the ‘Polo Pau‘.
The top, is perfectly backed and the crust is sweet, the bun is soft and the butter is melting to suits the taste of it. One bite will just take your breath away. This might not be the best polo bauz
in the area but to me, it is satisfying though which I had 2.
This is what I order besides the Set G. The name is ‘Jar Jiang Mian‘
if not mistaken, and the taste to me till today is still fresh in my mind and craving for more of it. The best thing is the noodle of course, it is curley curley
and just don know how to tell why the wantan
noodle in Hong
Kong is much better than in Malaysia. The meat is soft, the sauce is sour and abit
spicy. When you mix and stir it together, you just want to have more of it. HKD 24
My friend order the ‘Koey Teow Soup’
Noting fancy about it. The soup is like plain water, the koey toew
is normal. Plain plain like dat
also around HKD 24.
Next of course not to be miss in Hong
Kong which is a MUST eat food. ‘Wan Tan Noodle’
. As I say on the Jar Jiang Mian
above the noodle is just so nice and curley curley
and you can just bite the strand of it. It is abit
solid which makes you want to salivate more of the noodle. The soup base is good, which had the taste of wantan
and they are surely not to kiam siap
on the WanTan
. Inside it, is filled with 2 big prawns and the taste of it, you would just want to ask for more. 3 is not enough, to satisfaction you need another 2 which makes just ngam ngam
. HKD 24
The last dish which is thing the look is kinda funny, ‘Macaroni
with Ham’. I feel like the soup taste really macaroni
and the ham is just ham. Noting much to comment on this as I only try the soup base.
and of course.. all of us are very full and satisfy with our breakfast…Time to Head to SHOPPING!!!!!!!
-= KA CHING =-
Food rating 9/10 , Very Good Loh~ -Stamped-
-WARNING –This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Nathan Road( In Between Shantung Street and Agryl Street)
By Subway, go down at Mong Kok Station,
Find Exit E1. Walk straight and a few shops away you will directly see this shop already.
It is around either One Grand Tower/Two Grand Tower