First up, Macau...
Instant noodles (Nissin) with marinated pork. The pork tasted like Mom's marinade.
Milk custard at the same place Tony Bourdain visited. We also had the noodles there too.
The newer Grand Lisboa.
Beef cheung fan.
Resting our sore feet back in HK at the Starbucks along the Avenue of Stars.
We went up to see the Tian Tan Buddha. I offered some of my waffle-thing to the buddha...
But the Tian Tan Buddha respectfully declined.
We enjoyed some soft tofu dessert (warm), which was made from natural mountain spring water.
Empty bowls surround a container of sugar.
After the cable car ride back down to the Citygate Outlets, we enjoyed a little snack of soup dumplings with black vinegar and two noodle dishes.
Suckling pig at a dai pai dong.
Fish balls with brined clams, wonton egg noodle soup and a glass bottle of Coke!
In a few hours, I'll be saying "farewell" to Hong Kong and "hello" to Taiwan. It's quite bittersweet. I'm also excited to be visiting Taiwan for the second time, but I know that I'm going to miss the fast moving, loud spoken, hard working, and food crazy people of Hong Kong.
More links from the Tea in Asia 2011 trip:
- Arriving in HK: Hello from Hong Kong!
- Day Trip to Macau: Window Shopping in Macau
- Arriving in Guilin, China: Breakfast and Tea Tasting
- Arriving in Taiwan: Seafood Dinner
- Arriving in Shanghai: Muslim Restaurant