Hong Kong Island

White Beard Fish N Chips

I come across this shop at the Central Pier when i am about to take the Ferry back to Kowloon. So i decide to give it a shot.

Out of my surprise, the fish and chips taste so well with the vinegar and salt (but i will wish he will add a bit more vinegar for me :P). The fries is good as well. If i crave for fish and chip again while in hong kong, i will definitely visit this stall again.


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They sell different kind of frozen fruit ice stick, dragronfruit, passion fruit etc

Buy ‘TWO’ if you are queuing for the tram. 🙂

How to get there.

  • Go to The Peak. The stall is right beside the Mak’s Noodle restaurant in the mall.

Mak’s Noodle (麥奀雲吞麵世家)

Mak’s Noodle (麥奀雲吞麵世家)

One of the best place for the wonton noodle in Hong Kong.

Order the wonton (small round dumpling) and suey gow (water dumpling) noodle so you get to taste both as they are equally good.

Dip the noodle into the soup for a while if you find it too ‘hard’ at first. The soup is tasty but remember to wipe the thin layer of ‘oil’ off your lips after you finish it. 😛

How to get there.

  • Take MTR to Central station.
  • Take Exit D2 and walk along D’Aguilar Street
  • then turn right on wellington street and walk all the way towards the end

Kau Kee Beef Brisket Noodle (九记牛腩)

Heard a lot about this beef brisket noodle and when i was there around 9pm. i am so surprise by the long queue.

Instead of waiting, i decide to go some other place first hoping by the time i am back, the queue will be gone.

At 10pm, yes, the queue is gone but they also tell me “no more food” 😥


How to get there

  •  Take MTR and exit at Sheung Wan A2
  • Walk to Bonham Strand then into Wellington Street.
  • Turn into Aberdeen Street up the slope and turn into Gough Street.

Lan Fong Yuen (蘭芳園)

Lan Fong Yuen (蘭芳園)

Famous for Pork chop bun and their “silk stocking” milk tea.

The pork chop is soft, tender and not oily. The sweetness of crushing tomato and mayonnaise on the pork added flavor to the food. Overall, the taste is mild so i find it suitable for breakfast. If you like something with strong taste then this might not suit you.

The unsweetened milk tea is however mellow. It does not come with strong aroma but it has a very smooth texture.

How to get there.

  • Take MTR to Hong Kong/Central Station
  • Go to IFC building
  • Take the overhead bridge and exit at Queen’s Road Central.
  • Then walk uphill into the small alley/road towards Gage St.

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