Friday, December 26, 2008
Friday, December 19, 2008
Steamed grey mullet (served with salty yellow bean sauce)
And the rice porridge with baby oysters and minced pork.
Comfort food at its best.. no wonder Sun Kwong gets more crowded as it gets later into the night..
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Chinese style Calamari Fritters
Bittergourd stir fried with milk and egg whites
Clams in spicy Chinese wine is also a favorite and the kick from the pepper and chillies in the clear broth never fail to give me heat.
To end, the popular steamed lotus leaf rice always hits the spot.
The beauty of the location is that dessert is always available in nearby bustling Causeway Bay, after a brisk short walk to walk off a hearty meal.
Saturday, December 6, 2008
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
... to Nenrinya in Ginza where the only things on offer are their famous baumkuchens. Literally "tree cake" an originating from Germany, these cakes are painstakingly made layer by layer, traditionally roasting on a spit. The eggy fluffiness combined with icing is excellent with a siphon-brewed Blue Mountain. No wonder the queues outside its store are never-ending.