Hong Kong is large and busy but a lovely city to visit. It's truly international so I was able to find many of the comforts of home. There's great food in a wide range of prices. There are lovely gorgeous secluded spots and big city areas all packed into a small place. One of my favorite cities...more
This is the best dimsum I've found in Hong Kong. Very reasonably priced, too. Get the apple barbecue pork pastries, you will not regret it! The egg custard buns are also great. Actually you pretty much can't go wrong in my experience.
The Hong Kong Museum of Science is honestly fantastic. The current special exhibition, Creatures of the Deep, is the best museum exhibit I've ever seen and very much worth the extra HK$5. The museum is very interactive, and on a Tuesday afternoon was nearly empty so extra enjoyable. Some parts...more
Ho To Tan is a tiny Cantonese noodle shop in Yuen Long. It also happens to have a Michelin star, and cost about US $3 per person. The egg noodles are clearly fresh and handmade and the soup broth is very flavorful. There's even an English menu! Very popular with locals, all around a nice and tasty...more
This is one of the seafood places that are in a huge clump in Sok Kwu Wan on Lamma Island. There's no service charge and the 2 person set was quite good. They use a lot of garlic which made us happy. The non-seafood dishes are pretty good too.
We went for lunch and got the lunch specials - tuna cream pasta and risotto with beetroot. Both were quite tasty. We also had the asparagus soup. Lunch is very good value and the food is good! Very interesting atmosphere too - worth a visit.