On our way back from India to Australia we stopped by Hong Kong for a couple of jam-packed days of eating and shopping.
Here are the posts from that little pitstop:
Tonkichi Tonkatsu Seafood – our firs t dinner in HK — Japanese Tonkatsu that aims to rival the sensational tastes of Kyoto.
Dessert at Rice Paper (Vietnamese) – too full for a full meal, we tried out the recommended desserts from popular chain Rice Paper, a modern Vietnamese restautant.
Tea Cafes in Hong Kong – you can’t say you’ve been to HK without a visit to one of its many tea cafes. Here are my reviews of 3 of the most famous ones.
Finest HK Cuisine: Lung King Heen – the long standing 3 Michelin Star Chinese restaurant was well worth the visit.
Tim Ho Wan: Ultra Cheap Michelin Star Restaurant! – usually Michelin Star means exorbitant prices. Not Tim Ho Wan, possibly the cheapest Michelin Starred restaurant in the world!
HK Shopping Spree: Causeway Bay to MegaBox – HK is a shopping paradise — this is our story of a mad day traversing the MTR lines of HK.
Dining at Caprice – the other 3 Michelin Star restaurant in HK is Caprice, which serves fine French cuisine. Was it worth it?
The Last Lunch: Yung Kee Restaurant – HK’s famous for its roast goose, and Yung Kee is probably the most famous of them all.