Fatty Gyutan at Datenari

Datenari, a restaurant in Sendai that serve both Gyutan (Beef Tongue) and high grade Beef.

Their famous Gyutan is  Sendai Hanasaki Fatty Gyutan. This dish have two different grade and the higher grade is 4800yen (below).


They also serve different cuts of the high grade beef .They provide you a picture where you can try to match the japanese character so you know where the cut come from.


And don’t forget to order your Japanese soju 🙂


Location :


Paik’s Bibim

Bibimbap is a signature korea dish. The word literally means “mixed rice”. Bibimbap is served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with sauteed and seasoned vegetables and chili pepper paste, soy sauce or fermented soybean paste. A raw or fried egg or meat are also common additions. The hot dish is then stirred together thoroughly just before eating.

Every time, when i watch actor/actress eating bibimbap in korea’s show , they always give me that feeling that it is delicious. PS : Their acting is GOOD!

Finally today, i get to eat one although i am not sure how different it is from the original korea’s version.


Anyway, I ordered the Woosamgyup bibimbap ($8.90). Recommended by the waitress as she say this is their recommendation for those who can eat spicy food.They also have a sweet version (Beef Bulgogi Bibimbap) and you just add the chilies as you wish during mixing.

Their service is also fast. The moment i paid my bibimbap, the food is ready to be served…

The food also look very interesting to me …(Time to have fun mixing :D)


The end product however it is not as red as i thought and I dare not add hot chilies paste as i worried it can become too spicy for me 😛


To my surprise, the food taste good and is filling as well.

Stall Location :

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.


Location :



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

Australia Diary Company (澳洲牛奶公司)

Australia Diary Company (澳洲牛奶公司)

They are famous for their legendary scramble egg toast and puddings.

The scramble egg just ‘melt’ into your mouth and you can just finish it in no time and wanted more of it.

The steam egg white with milk pudding has very soft , smooth texture. Same for the steam almond with egg pudding. Each has it own unique taste but be careful, they are HOT!

One thing i dislike most is that ambiance. It was overcrowded and the pace is so fast that you don’t have the luxury to just relax and take your own sweet time to eat.

There is always a long queue outside this ‘company’ during the weekend. Although they try to clear the queue fast but still be prepare to wait for 20-40 min. You will also likely going to share table with strangers.  If you are alone, let them know, sometimes they will let you cut the queue and squeeze you into the empty seats.

How to get there.

  •  Take MTR to Jordan station
  • Take Exit C2 and Walk along Bowring Street.
  • You will notice a queue there and that is where you likely going to queue. 😀


Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour is a tourist attraction that is always crowded especially at the evening when everyone will just get together to watch the symphony of light.


Address :

Garden of Stars

Avenue of Stars in Tsim Sha Tsui is closed for repair and improvement works, which are expected to be completed around the end of 2018. A selection of the Avenue of Stars exhibits is displayed at Garden of Stars and Starry Gallery.

Night shots at the Garden of Stars. 😀



Mido Cafe (美都餐室)

Mido Cafe (美都餐室)

The beauty of this teahouse is that it still preserve the retro classic decor. They are also famous for their baked rice.

The baked tomato pork chop rice is not bad. The eggs in the rice added extra flavor to the dish. It is a good place for dinner if you are visiting the temple street at night. For me, ambiance will be the only possible reason for me to visit again.

How to get there.

  • Take MTR to Yau Ma Tei
  • Take Exit C and head towards South along Nathan Road
  • Turn into Public Square Street and you see the cafe right at the corner of the Temple Street


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