Budaoweng

Budaoweng iSQUARE 63 Nathan Road Kowloon, Hong Kong I do my best to plan a variety of meals when I travel.  I easily tire of food, and being in one country usually means I’m eating one cuisine.  We’d been having a lot of noodles, so it was time for some hot pot.  We were originally going…

Tsim Chai Kee

Tsim Chai Kee 98 Wellington Street Central Hong Kong  Next up on the wonton noodle train was Tsim Chai Kee, which as far as I know has no relationship to the Mak family of restaurants.  It was actually awarded a Bib Gourmand designation by the 2016 Michelin guide.  Boldly enough, it’s located just across Mak’s…

Mak’s Noodle

Mak’s Noodle 77 Wellington Street Central Hong Kong With dim sum checked off my list, I moved onto another Hong Kong favorite and must eat, wonton noodles.  There are many other Mak restaurants opened up by relatives or disciples of the original Mak Woon-chi.  However, my research concluded that the original location of  Mak’s Noodle on…

Tai Cheong

Tai Cheong Bakery 35 Lyndhurst Terrace Central Hong Kong The Annoyer called Tai Cheong the best egg tart in Hong Kong.  It’s in my nature to question such bold statements when it pertains to food.  My thought it always, “Oh yeah? Well I’ll be the judge of that!”  And I arrived, ready to smear this…

Lung King Heen

Lung King Heen Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong 8 Finance Street Central Hong Kong No trip to Hong Kong is complete without eating dim sum.  I’m not sure if dim sum was invented here, but the city and this cuisine are almost synonymous in my mind.  The options range from cheap, quick, and dirty or expensive, high…

Gau Gee (Kau Kee)

Gau Gee 21 Gough Street Hong Kong Island Doing the research for Busan restaurants was a fruitless effort.  Busan is just not as big of an international destination like Tokyo or New York City.  Some simple Google search terms will get you a ton of results for the best of anything in those major cities, unlike…