• Hong Kong,  Resto Review,  Travel

    Foodstagrammin’ In Hong Kong

    This post is all about food, food, food, and more food. In all of my trips to Hongkong, I always make it a point to try something new and revisit my old time favorites. I don’t necessarily follow popular recommendations because taste is universally personal and subjective but I do read and take note of some blogs and whenever I get interested, I go and give them a try, and sometimes, I even write about them too. To name a few, I have written about Crystal Jade, City Super (Times Square and Harbour City), Sift Patisserie, and Honeymoon Dessert; Pasteleria Koi Kei, Wong Chi Kei, Yee Shun Milk Company, Kai…

  • Hong Kong,  Travel

    Hong Kong Airport Express and Klook

    For our 10th wedding anniversary, hubby gifted me a romantic and gastronomic experience at L’Atelier De Joel Robuchon. But instead of just flying to Hong Kong for the dinner, I decided to book a 4 days/3nights trip with my son, the nanny, and my mom and dad. Our itinerary was rather simple: Dinner at L’Atelier De Joel Robuchon (just me and hubby) Strawberry picking at Kam Tin Country Club Toy Storyland at Disneyland Hong Kong I will have separate posts for each. Here, I will just talk about the airport express and a discovery that I wanted to keep for myself but have decided to share with you because I…

  • Hong Kong,  Travel

    Food Trippin’ in Hongkong: GUANG DONG BARBECUE RESTAURANT

    When I was preparing our itinerary, I initially included Yung Kee Restaurant because I heard they make the best roast duck in all of Hong Kong. As I did more research, I found out that there’s one restaurant in the Tsim Sha Tsui area that is the best alternative to Yung Kee when it comes to roast duck. Also, it has been heralded as one of the best and most affordable restaurants that serve Cantonese food. It’s no other than Guang Dong Barbecue Restaurant. Little did I know that Guang Dong Barbecue Restaurant would just be next to our hotel. We passed by it almost everyday and always noticed this Bill…

  • Hong Kong,  Travel

    Food Trippin’ in Hongkong: CHARLIE BROWN CAFE

    Charlie Brown and Peanuts friends aren’t as popular in the Philippines as Mickey Mouse or Tom & Jerry. We do know Snoopy, though. But back when I was a child, I would always catch Peanuts in RPN-9 (although with much difficulty as I can’t figure out the show’s airing schedule exactly). My favorites were Charlie Brown and Lucy Van Pelt 😀 This is why I was so happy to find out that there’s Charlie Brown Cafe in Hong Kong. The first time I saw it was in 2006 but I never got the chance to go there. I always passed by it in my later trips but unfortunately, I never got to try…

  • Hong Kong,  Travel

    Food Trippin’ In Hongkong: GREEN ISLANDS RESTAURANT

    I always thought that Hong Kong is one of those cities that never sleep. Unfortunately, major shops and restaurants close albeit a little later than those in Manila. We were just lucky that we went there during the holidays because their operating hours were extended. Green Islands Restaurant is one of those we found to be operating even beyond 10pm. We ate there around 11pm the day after Christmas and surprisingly, it still was very busy. As it was already late at night, we just ordered something light 😛 Milk Tea Hong Kong-style milk tea (dai pai dong) is a drink made of black tea and evaporated milk (not condensed…

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