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Pot-Pourri of Fast Comfort Food and Street Side Snacks - Hong Kong Stlye ( Pt 2 )

Charles Yu | Mar 19, 201601:15 PM

Restricted by the number of photos one can post at one time, I need to split my posting into a number of parts.

Pig's intestines , any one?

One of the better bowl of Won-Ton noodles in town from ' Wonton Master', Kwun Tong

Fried Rice Noodles with Beef aka ' Gone Chau Ngau Ho '. Unlike the cheaper North American versions, in Hong Kong they kick it up a notch by using aromatic Yellowing Chives!

Godiva's Dark Chocolate Soft Ice Cream Cone - Couldn't find this in Toronto!

Line up outside 'Fourseasons Claypot Rice' in Yau Ma Tei at 9.30 pm!

Preserved air dried duck topping

Eel with Gogi berries and herbs topping

Frogs with Chinese Mushroom topping

Still one of the best! Starz Kitchen's Won Ton noodles. Broth has changed though?!

Now, this is how the pig's liver should look like in pig's liver congee. Thick, Crunchy and cooked perfectly 'a point'!

If Starz Kitchen's Won Ton noodle is BMW, then this Tasty's version is Mercedes. Another wonderful, hearty bowl of my favorite comfort food!

One of ' Kowloon's' best Roast Goose place.

A simple complete meal on a plate - Roasted Goose, Soy Marinated Chicken, Salted Duck Eggs...and lots of yummy sauce!

Sher Wong Yee - Arguably best Snake Soup in town ( non pre-ordered version )

Sweeter and more generous in ingredients, SWY's version is better tasting and value for money than some of their competitors across the habours. Using all five must have snakes including Cobras and Vipers. This soup does not taste like chicken...but better. More like Pheasant, Partridge, Chicken, Turkey, Goose...etc.

Not yet available in North America?! Why? Because they are Made in France!!

Braised Beef Innards rice noodle and soup.

Soy marinated Pigeons

Found in basement food court of a Japanese Super Market, this outfit offers 'build-your-own' Chirashi Bowl. With a few slices of Toro, a couple of King Crab Legs, some Uni and Bontan Shrimps from Japan and the price of the meal can get expensive pretty, pretty fast!!

Man! Hong Kongers really love eating pigeons! They are everywhere!

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