I will be travelling to HKG for a week this coming May with my 5yo daughter and several senior citizens in tow. We will be staying at the Disneyland Hotel. I will have barely 2 days out of my busy itinerary to "go out" of the Disney Resort area to explore Victoria Peak, Ngong Ping, go to IKEA and Toys 'R Us in Causeway Bay, ride the tram from Sheung Wan to Causeway Bay, etc. On these 2 days, I would like really like to be able to try out the following while travelling from Sheung Wan to Causeway Bay:
3. Roasted Duck/Goose and Suckling Pig
4. Egg Tarts
5. Milk Tea
Given that I will only be taking the subway to/from the hotel and travelling w/ kid and elderlies in tow, I would like to find out the best places I can go to be able to sample the best HKG has to offer in terms of the above that are in/around the area of Central, Causeway Bay, Victoria Peak. I have read about several places mentioned in other boards (both here and on other sites) like TSUI WAH RESTAURANT, YUNG KEE, JEN DOW,Mak Un Kee, etc but I have the limitations of not being able to "explore" the area that much to find these places.
I would like to get some help on this and would appreciate very much if "walking" directions can be given to/from the MTR stations (with exits if possible) in the area of Central or Causeway Bay. We are more inclined towards trying restaurants/eateries locals frequent with English menu rather than high-end places in hotels, etc.
Since we will only be able to eat out for lunch and dinner for 1 day, I would like to be able to get the most out of it and try out the best places in/around the area.
I would also like to find out what restaurant/eatery serves the best Hongkong-style food at the arrival and departure areas of the airport. I am planning to eat there too as sort of a last hurrah before we depart.
Thanks so much for the help.
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