Hang Heung Cake Shop 恒香老饼家

There is something that I will always buy if I visit Hong Kong, and that is Hang Heung Cake Shop‘s (恒香老饼家) famous 老婆饼, literally “wife cakes”.  This cake shop originated from Yuen Long in New Territories, and it also has 2 outlets in Kowloon and 1 outlet in Hong Kong island. Wife cake is a…

Wong Tai Sin Temple 黄大仙祠

Wong Tai Sin Temple, a well-known shrine & major tourist attraction in Hong Kong, is famous for the many prayers answered. I hope it’s true that “what you request is what you get” (有求必应)! 😛 The temple is very accessible, located just next to exit B2 of Wong Tai Sin station on the green Kwun…

Chopsticks Kee 筷子記

Chopsticks Kee (筷子記) is a little eatery selling uniquely Hong Kong fare – noodles that are similar to che zai mian (车仔面). My friend brought me there for dinner on Monday, after I told her I would like to try che zai mian as I hadn’t eaten that in Hong Kong yet. The eatery is…

Tai O 大澳

Tai O (大澳), a fishing town located on the western side of Lantau Island in Hong Kong, is a hot tourist spot known as the “Venice of Hong Kong”. It’s a shame that I had been to Hong Kong 4 times but had never visited Tai O before this trip, so this was definitely on…

Kam Wah Café (金華冰廳)

I love pineapple buns with butter (菠蘿牛油包) so naturally I had to hunt down the best (or at least highly recommended) 菠蘿牛油包 when in Hong Kong right? My research online told me that I should head to Kam Wah Café (金華冰廳) near Prince Edward station. 🙂 It was a late start to my day as…

One Dim Sum 一點心

In 2012, One Dim Sum restaurant (一點心) was awarded one Michelin Star, together with the famous Tim Ho Wan. So I requested my friend to go there together with me for dinner. When we arrived at the restaurant around 7pm, we saw quite a number of people waiting outside the restaurant already. Since they did…