Hence, we ordered something simple, a bowl of noodles each, but ended up feeling so full after that.
Thick noodle with minced pork
Frankly speaking, I was taken aback with its large portion. The minced pork tasted like those imported luncheon meat from China, which is too salty with some weird taste. I wasn’t sure whether it was my taste bud (after the flight) but it just doesn’t up to my liking. Meanwhile, the soup that came with the dry noodles wasn’t much better, as it was heavily sprinkled with MSG…The thick noodles was spongy, but then, if given a choice, I’d prefer thin noodles over the thick ones.
The taste was much mediocre as compared with the salty minced pork noodle. The soup was still salty, despite being clear white. Sis seemed to like the beefballs but i felt that it tasted so fake, more of like preservatives. The only edible thing in this bowl is the veggie. I was so reluctant to continue with the noodle despite being forced by sis. Alas, I didn’t manage to finish even the half bowl.
Good thing is that this meal came in a set with drinks. Sis ordered hot lemon tea which was served in a stainless steel mug. Looks good though!
Dessert: Egg custard, and their version of bubur cha-cha.
Pork chop with egg and sandwich.
Dinner was not much lesser (in calorie), coz I had roasted goose rice @ Hay Hay Kitchen. The goose was so yummy and tender that I manage to finish the entire plate despite its huge portion.
After all these meaty meals, we decided to have some fruits dessert…at the famous Hui Lau Shan. Well, u can never go wrong with their mangodesserts! We were spoilt for choice, and decided to order a combo dessert which came in 3 different platters, all of which were so rich in mango flavor.
The next morning we headed to Hon Po Palace Restaurant to hav our dim sum breakfast. I luv their ‘siu mai’ so much! The prawns were fresh and spongy…thumbs up!
After walking around Mongkok area, we hunt for snacks…
The stinky tofu! but dare not to try (coz it stinks! Haha!).
Instead we bought fried squid, crunchy on the outside, chewy on the inside…and with some fishy smell!
Consists of 3 dishes, fried eggplant with minced pork, stir-fry choy sum and sweet & sour fish fillet. Sweet & sour fish fillet was pretty good, the meat wasn’t too chewy and the sauce wasn’t too tart. You could taste the freshness of the choy sum…I’d say that HK choy sum is much better than ours.
I ate a lot and gained 2kg after the trip! omg!