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HK’s best egg tart @ Tai Cheong Bakery

Is this Hong Kong’s most famous egg tart (蛋撻)? Look at that smooth silky shine. DROOL! Favoured by ex-British governor Chris Patten, Tai Cheong Bakery (泰昌餅家) makes a unique shortcrust base pastry using almond meal instead of flour. The egg tarts … Continue reading

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Sweet tofu dessert @ Kung Wo Dou Bun Chong, Sham Shui Po

Very much inspired by this excellent Sham Shui Po ‘food crawl’ by e*ating, we followed our visit to Lau Sum Kee with a visit to Kung Wo Dou Bun Chong (公和荳品廠). This Hong Kong institution is well known for its soy bean … Continue reading

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Lau Sum Kee, Sham Sui Po

Our search for Hong Kong’s best noodles, let us to Lau Sum Kee’s Noodles (劉森記麵家).These noodles are made in the traditional bamboo or jook-sing (竹昇) method which involves using a bamboo roller to press the eggs, flour and other ingredients together. According … Continue reading

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Roast pigeon @ Lung Wah Hotel, Sha Tin

We ventured out to the New Territories with one thing on our minds – pigeon. Pigeon is apparently famous in Sha Tin. Whilst today, many other restaurants roast it better, Sha Tin is historically quite famous for it. Sha Tin in … Continue reading

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Dim Sum heaven @ T’ang Court, Hong Kong

I have died and gone to Hong Kong culinary heaven. It has been so incredibly long since I have visited Hong Kong, without the pressure of time or family commitments. As I await the application of my Chinese visa, I … Continue reading

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A whole heap of excuses …. and Hong Kong delights

I’ve been a bad blogger. My excuse? I got married?!? Well that’s not really an excuse but its a reasonable one. Getting married is a bad for a person who likes to blog, in particular about food. Aside from the fact that … Continue reading

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