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Hong Kong Food Hunting Trip (Paul, Shirley and their 2 godson's on January 2010

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Paul and Shirley Hong Kong food hunting trip with their 2 Godson's. They went there for 4 days 3 nights trip, spending RM4000 on food only, average RM1000 on food for 4 person. This are some part of the photos they gave me, the other rest was in their Godson camera which had left KK, back to Kuching to continue his study after the trip. Both of them are good cook, so they really know how to eat good food and only the best but their Godson weren't so adventorous about food, they don't want to try anything that doesn't look appeal to them even though it's good. Other than, they also went there to stock in some wax meats, chinese sausages and char-siu pork back to Kota Kinabalu.
  First day arrived Hong Kong must have something steaming hot for dinner, while hunting for food they find this restaurant that was crowded, menu look good also. Claypot Rice, ordered 2 different flavour.
  Claypot Rice Pork
Claypot Rice Chicken and Mushroom
Fruity Sago Dessert
Watermelon Sago Dessert
Mango Sago Dessert
Sago Desserts
 Stopping over for BBQ Squids
Shirley bought a pieces of Siu Piang from this stall
Selection of flavors
Siu Piang (Baked Bun), HK$5 for 1 piece
Famous with their Curry Fishball, kind of not our taste, HK$10 per stick
Hong Kong Street Food
Stopping here for supper
Wanton Noodle, HK$28
Really Springy Noodle
Beef Stewed, HK$40
Freshly made wantons
Small tables and shop

Day 2 Hong Kong
Dim Sum for Brunch

BBQ Pork Steamed Bun
In most restaurants that offer dim sum, one pays by the basket, and each basket usually contains two to four items of dim sum; the average price is about HK$20 to HK$40, though at expensive restaurants they can go higher. The prices given below, unless otherwise specified, are per basket; expect to spend HK$80 to HK$120 per person for a light meal. You'll be charged extra for tea, usually around HK$8 to HK$13.
Char-siu Sou
Cheong Fun
Char-Siu Pork Baked Bun
Foong Chaw (Chicken Feet)
Siu Mai (Pork Dumpling)
Pai Kuak (Steamed Pork Ribs)
Siew Loong Pau (Steamed Dumpling)
Fried Salted Glutinious Dumpling
Har Kau (Prawn Dumpling)

After Breakfast, they went shopping around for their Chinese New Year clothing. At about 1:00pm they settle down in a restaurant for Lunch
Dinner bill cost them around HK$500 serving 4 person
Claypot Seafood, Pork Vegetables
BBQ Pork
Roasted Duck
Green Raddish and Carrot Chicken Soup
Siew Yu Kap (BBQ Bird)
Soup ingredient become a dish itself
Soup ingredient as a dish
Kailan with oyster sauce
Ku Rou Yuk (Sweet and Sour Pork)

Day 3 Hong Kong
Char Chan Teng for Breakfast

Polo Pau (Polo Butter Bun)
Set Meal, Polo Pau an d Nai Cha (Milk Tea)
Pork Steak Breakfast Set
French Toast
Egg and Ham Toast
Fried Egg with ham and mushroom toast

Well, this was the last day for them for their Hong Kong trip, time to stock in some waxed meat and chinese sausages. For lunch must have their favourite Roasted Meat. They are stopping at this famous Yung Kee Restaurant for lunch
Yung Kee Restaurant Roasted Meat For Lunch
Roasted Duck
Kailan with oyster sauce
Century egg with pickle ginger
Their Favourite Char-Siu Pork, especially their godson, they even bought a lot of this for take away back home to KK for their Chars-siu Fried Rice
The lady is so happy to see big spender
So happy to be able to buy those waxed meats and chinese sausages
Yung Kee Restaurant
One of Hong Kong’s most famous restaurants, renowned for its roast meats, particularly roast goose. Although the restaurant is generally noted for its dinner selections, it also serves up some excellent Dim Sum. Yung Kee has a famous vetting process for their chefs, and the chefs exhausting training is apparent in the quality of the food. The atmosphere is exactly as you’d expect in a Hong Kong Dim Sum restaurant, manic, diners descend on Yung Kee at lunchtime and the noise and action is all part of the Dim Sum experience.
32 – 40 Wellington Street, Central.
Paul and Shirley decided to have something simple for dinner cause their godson's not joining them, Pou Chai Fan with Pork Meat and Sausage (Pot Rice), HK$40
Baked Seafood Tomato Rice, HK$35
Pot Rice and Hot Milk Tea
Dessert Time
Mango Sago Dessert, HK$29

Day 4 Hong Kong time to fly back to Malaysia
Dim Sum for Breakfast

Siu Mai (Pork Dumpling)
Pork and Peanut Porridge
Fried Mee Hoon
Pan-Fried Yam Cake
Char Siu Cheong Fun with spring onion
Har Kau (Prawn Dumpling)
Pai Kuak (Steamed Pork Ribs)

Foong Chaw (Stewed Chicken Feet)
After Breakfast, they went for a final shop around then back to hotel pack up and ready to check out, making a move to Airport


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