Sunday, February 28, 2010

Bubble tea from Gong Cha @Mongkok

Most of the times there's a long queue outside the stall (even during non peak hour and rainy weather) but I was lucky there were just a few people standing in line when I got there.

I ordered Gong Cha's signature beverage "Pearl Milk Tea".
Gosh, the cup was giant! The tea tasted good, texture wise it was smooth and the
boba balls were very chewy, I loved it to every sip! Probably the yummiest bubble tea I've ever had! ^_^ Only HKD12 for such a large cup, really worth the price!
I managed to finish the entire cup, though I was full for hours, as a result I skipped my dinner and had late night snack instead :p

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Rumour @Tsim Sha Tsui

Apart from the catchy name, the cozy interior and a handful of spelling mistakes on the menu (just to name a few: tomoto juice, cuppaccino and fussy foot? I can't help but wonder if they did this on purpose? Cos it's kinda hard to believe who ever typed the menu could be so careless and neglected to take the time to double-check it?) there's nothing really worth mentioning about this restaurant, food and service are both so so.

The Ladies ...

... and Gents toilet sign

Friday, February 12, 2010

Hokkaido Ramen Santouka @Tsim Sha Tsui

While looking around for a place for light dinner in the new iSquare mall, this ramen shop caught our eyes because it was the only dining venue that was packed and people were standing in line to get a table.

I tried the combo Shio Ramen with mild and creamy pork broth served with rice topped with dried bonito and green onion. The ramen was cooked al dente and was tasty~

Sunday, February 7, 2010

Al Pasha @Tsim Sha Tsui

Ever tried Xinjiang food? If not, Al Pasha, located in K11 shopping mall, is a good choice to start your exotic journey in the authentic Middle Eastern cuisine.

The orient-themed interior with its magical and mystic Moroccan lanterns remind me of Aladdin, Ali Baba and Sinbad of the Arabian Nights...

Al Pasha's decor à la 1001 Nights

Forgot the name, this mocktail was sweetish and very refreshing~

Spices to adjust the taste

House bread topped with onion and butter served with chicken liver and mashed olives

Mezzas Delight: Mint Chicken Cigar, Spinach in Fillo & Ox Tail Dried Fruit

Stir-fried Green Beans with almond and garlic tasted delicious, my favorite! ^^

Boiled Lamb Xinjiang style was very tasty.

Chicken with Naan bread served with yoghurt and condiment

Live Belly Dance performance

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Lan Fong Yuen @Tsim Sha Tsui

I didn't know Lan Fong Yuen opened a new branch in Tsim Sha Tsui until a friend suggested to have tea break there today :)

Love the old Hong Kong style cha chaan teng interior so much ^.^

The bun with butter and condensed milk tasted delicious!