Glutinous rice, pan fried dumplings, cuttlefish balls in curry, siu mai, portugese egg tarts and more became dinner at the Brands and Products Expo in Victoria Park. So much food in one place! Saves me the trouble of travelling!
Iced coffee in a dish of ice, partnered up with instant noodles the likes of which you will only find in Hong Kong, makes for an unforgettable breakfast.
Hong Kong style chicken curry. Very much similar to its Japanese counterpart.
OK, so this is a Taiwanese snack but it was delicious nonetheless! A whole chicken breast battered, bread-crumbed, fried then spiced. It wasn't in the least bit dry.
This home-made Peking Duck was just about the only thing I didn't eat at a restaurant.
Local snacks from a street vendor in Mongkok provided me with a pre-lunch taste sensation.
Spicy Szechuan hand pulled noodles...hot, hot!
A tea and toast at Cafe de Coral. Simple, marvelous and soo delicious.
Top Dog from the stand at the Cheung Chau ferry terminal. Had to eat it to find out if they're the as the Top Dog shop which used to be located in Lan Kwai Fung in the nineties. Unfortunately, although the dog was nice, I don't think they're same as the ones I used to eat religiously every week.