My new husband and I will be spending part of our honeymoon in Hong Kong, and after reviewing countless blogs and Chowhound posts, we have narrowed down our choices. We would appreciate fellow hounds' advice. We live in an area of the US that lacks good Asian food, but we are both of Asian descent and know our way around most Asian cuisines. We want to focus on eating Chinese food. We are staying at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental, and we will be taking most breakfasts at the hotel as our rate includes free breakfast. We are willing to travel for good food if worth the extra time, money, and effort, but we will not have a car. The sky is the limit on the budget. Other legs of our trip include Singapore (separate post) and the Maldives.
Tuesday, Nov. 27 (arriving on an international flight at noon)
Afternoon Tea: Clipper Lounge, Mandarin Oriental
Dinner: Tim’s Kitchen (Which dishes should we pre-order?)
Wednesday, Nov. 28
Breakfast/lunch: We have a 5 hour tour booked with Little Adventures in Hong Kong, mostly trying noodles and other street food.
Dinner: Under Bridge Spicy Crab
After-dinner drinks: MO Bar or someplace else?
Thursday, Nov. 29
Lunch: Lung Hing Keen dim sum
Afternoon spent shopping in Central, then take Star Ferry to Kowloon
Pre-dinner drinks: Ozone Bar, Ritz-Carlton
Dinner: Spring Deer
Late night snacks: Temple Street Night Market
Friday, Nov. 30
Morning sightseeing and hiking on Victoria Peak
Lunch: Joy Hing and Chiu Yuen Chiu Chow Noodle
Snack: Kam Fung egg tarts
Dinner: Yardbird (making an exception to the Chinese food rule as we love izakaya dining)
After dinner drinks: Any recommendations for a good bar near Yardbird or a Tsui Wah branch?
Late night snack: Tsui Wah
Saturday, Dec. 1
Lunch: Kau Kee and Sing Hueng Yuen
Dinner: Tsim Chai Kee
Thanks for your help!!!