After an hour plus on the bus, we reach Hong Kong International Airport, it’s time to really say good bye to Hong Kong. We walked around, and then decided to eat something before we board the plane.
I decided that we just eat at the food court, and we chose 正斗粥麵專家 （Tasty Congee & Noodle Wantun Shop）.
After queuing up for some time, order, and wait again, finally we can eat!
Well, the wanton noodle is okay, the char siew taste okay too, overall, just an very average dish. 5.0/10
Posted in China, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hawker, Hong Kong, Location, Wa Dan Hor, Wantan Mee
- Tagged Food, hong kong, Hong Kong International Airport, noodle, wantan mee
This small restaurant caught my eye when I first walk past it. It’s located very very near to my hotel, and I will have to pass by it whenever I am heading to Causeway Bay MTR station.
Well, I am always attracted to Szechuan cuisine anyway.
It was already our last day in Hong Kong. We already checked out from the hotel, and while waiting for the bus to pick us up, here am I!
I opt for medium spiciness level due to I have a flight to catch later on, if not I think I am so gonna challenge their spiciest version. Yes, they do provide challenges although I don’t know what will one win from it.
Posted in China, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, Hong Kong, Location, Restaurant (Cuisine), Szechuan Spicy Noodle, Wanchai
- Tagged barchua house, Food, hong kong, noodle, szechuan cuisine, wanchai
It’s been some time since I last post about something eh? I been really lazy…..er…I mean busy. There are tons of pictures hiding inside my harddisk, and I think it’s time to show them to the world.
The first of the many more is beef noodle from Penang at Kang Beef House.
Although they do serve other beef cooked dishes such as fried rice, hor fun and steamboat, but it’s only available during dinner time.
Hence my RM15 beef koay teow is here.
The ingredients variety is good, tenderloin, brisket, beef tripe, beef tendon and meat balls. Although all the ingredients taste, but I still find that the soup itself is lacking of the oomph taste. Yes, it’s better than most beef noodle out there due to it’s variety of ingredients, but it’s far from the best. Maybe is because the sifu’s are not here yet for lunch time? Or the soup will taste better in dinner time after cooking for a longer period? I don’t know. 6.5/10
Posted in Beef Noodle, Chinese, Cuisine, Food and Drinks, George Town, Hawker, Location, Malaysia, Penang
- Tagged beef, Food, Lunch, Malaysia, non Halal, noodle, Penang