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MACAU: Fast boat to pork chop bun

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Sights, Transportation On February 15, 2009 3 Comments

Like Hong Kong, Macau is a former European colony. Portugal controlled the region from the 16th century until it was transferred back to China as a special administrative… Read More »

HONG KONG: Our breakfast spot

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Restaurants, Sights On February 11, 2009 5 Comments

One of the must-dos on my Hong Kong list was to visit a dai pai dong (大牌檔). It’s a basically an open-air food restaurant with a few tables… Read More »

HONG KONG: Doin’ the durian

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Restaurants, The Strange On February 7, 2009 10 Comments

There are two main gustatory reasons people visit Sai Kung: one is the seafood, and the other is the original location of Honeymoon Dessert (滿記甜品). Opened in 1995,… Read More »

HONG KONG: Dim sum at the cricket club

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Restaurants On February 6, 2009 0 Comments

Founded in 1894, the Craigengower Cricket Club is Hong Kong’s second oldest cricket club. But we didn’t see any cricket-playing when we were there, just a lot of… Read More »

HONG KONG: This is how you do it

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Misc. On February 4, 2009 0 Comments

Precious real estate + busy restaurant + tiny kitchen = dishes in the alley P.S. Thanks for pushing this blog’s odometer past 100,000 unique visitors!

HONG KONG: Seafood in Sai Kung

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Restaurants, Sights On February 2, 2009 6 Comments

Sai Kung is a town that evolved from a fishing village in Hong Kong’s New Territories. Fishermen still unload their catch at the harbour where there’s a market… Read More »

SHENZHEN: Shop til you drop into dim sum

In CHINA, Eating / Food, Hong Kong, Restaurants, Shopping On January 10, 2009 8 Comments

The Luohu Commercial City shopping mall (羅湖商業成) is a genius marketing location, just inside the border between China and Hong Kong, with a train station and immigration crossing… Read More »