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During our short Hong Kong trip, we didn’t have time to dine at the legendary Yung Kee Restaurant. No chance to try their famed roast goose, but we did manage to buy a box of their equally famous century eggs to bring back home.

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We wanted to try the famous Mak’s Noodles, but it was already closed for the day. So we went over to Tsim Chai Kee which is just directly opposite Mak’s. Apparently the Hong Kong locals prefer Tsim Chai Kee which they say is more value for money. Their king prawn wontons are truly outstanding! Slightly [...]

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One of my must-eat missions in Hong Kong was Yee Shun Dairy Company’s famed steamed milk pudding. After trying, I’m delighted to say it’s really worth the trip! Ethereally smooth and light, this bowl of milk pudding is incredibly comforting. Its texture is even more delicate than our local tau huay 豆花. The pudding has [...]

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Good fun and good food go hand in hand! If you visit Hong Kong Disneyland, do complete the experience by dining at restaurants in the park as well as at the two Disneyland hotels — Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Hollywood Hotel. The picturesque Disneyland Hotel looks like a fairytale palace set during Victorian [...]

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Last weekend, Camemberu and I went on a short 3-day trip to Hong Kong Disneyland (19th to 21st April 2013)! We spent most of our time in Hong Kong at Disneyland (more on that later), but managed to meet up hubby’s uni mate briefly. She gifted us Hang Heung’s famous pastries to bring back to [...]

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Before you groan, “Not another Penang post!”, this is the FINAL post on our June ’09 Penang trip. We were supposed to leave our hotel at 3pm to catch our flight back to Singapore. Because we had a late, big breakfast, we still weren’t hungry by 2pm. However, I was determined to squeeze in one [...]

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I just realized that there are still a couple of posts left on our Penang trip in June. Here are pics from our dimsum breakfast on our 4th and final day in Penang. Thanks to CK Lam’s recommendation, we had a fabulous meal at De Tai Tong Cafe in Cintra Street, which is a short [...]

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Folks, this is THE most famous cendol stall in Penang! Many proclaim it to be the best on the island. Just remember, it’s located in Penang Road in Penang! Technically, it’s in Keng Kwee Street off Penang Road. But no worries, just ask and the friendly locals will point you to the right direction! Interestingly, [...]

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