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HK foodie trip in October


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HK foodie trip in October

foodie guide | | Sep 21, 2008 03:03 AM

It's time to be brave and reveal my shortlist of HK restaurants, after having done a lot of research on Chowhound. I don't have that many lunch and dinner slots in HK, so please let me know your opinions! I've also had to take into consideration the husband, who's vegetarian, so if you're wondering why I've left certain places off my list, that's why. Plus, I have 6 days in Beijing plus a trip to Macau, so that's 16 days of eating, which means I have to keep an eye on the wallet (and waistline!). I speak Cantonese, but can't read Chinese menus.

Breakfasts, Lunches & Snacks:
Mak's Noodles (Wellington St) & possibly pop in to try Tsim Chai Kee afterwards, if I'm still hungry - for wonton noodles
Lor Fu Kei, 144 Queens Rd Central - for congee
Tai Cheong for egg tarts
Lock Cha Tea Shop - Admiralty, for vegetarian dim sum
Mak's (the other one) on Wing Kut St - for wonton noodles
Lei Yuen Noodle & Congee Restaurant - for beef brisket noodles & congee
Ho Hung Kee - for wonton noodles
Freedom Noodles - for wonton noodles
Lung King Heen - for dim sum
Fu Sing - for dim sum
T'ang Court - for dim sum

Yung Kee
Kung Tak Lam
Wing Hop Shing
Spring Deer
Xiao Nan Guo
Chung's Cuisine, Times Square
King Crab, Causeway Bay
Star of Canton, Lee Theatre Plaza, Causeway Bay
Hutong - I really would like to know if it's really worth the experience (heard about the HK$300 minimum spend per person in the evenings too)

Many thanks in advance!

Helen Yuet Ling Pang

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