042017Jan

Kwan Kee Claypot

Walking along the streets of Sai Ting Pun, your eyes will be drawn to all the new buildings popping up. Some occupied by fancy restaurants others by Western hotel chains. If you happen to come by the glitzy Best Western, you might just notice people eating on the side street between the hotel and the neon lit McDonald’s. When you see that, you are in the presence of Kwan Kee Claypot Rice. An institution that’s been around for ages serving the classic claypot rice bowls. What makes this place different from…

022017Jan

Little Bao Lovin’

Thanks to Instagram I was drawn to Little Bao. At first it was for its desserts. These colorful bite sized ice cream sandwiches were all over my feed and people made them look so tempting. But once I looked further and did some reading, I had to check out their take on the gua bao, which looked more like a sandwich. But it still has that soft moist bun we all know and love. So this place warranted a visit. You may get discouraged by the amount of people waiting to get in. Don’t…

162012Dec

Shopping

Sunday shopping in Hong Kong is madness. Everyone’s out and about. All the stores you’re looking for are all the stores practically everyone else is looking for. I went to IFC in Central, Harbour City and The One Mall in Tsim Sha Tsui, and after hours of shopping, I ended up with nothing. Well, a few places to eat of course. I had to keep my energy up battling through the crowds. And the crazy thing about the crowds, it isn’t because it was Christmas time, this is normal for…

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