Hong Kong Foodie Photo Tour: The Last Four Days

Posted in Asia, Hong Kong, On the Ground

I just returned from my once-in-a-lifetime trip to Hong Kong where I devoured so much top quality food that the scale in my room at the InterContinental taught me the Cantonese word for “fat.” It was all worth it, though. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading my posts from the trip so far (click each word for a different story). My first Hong Kong Foodie Photo Tour took you through the first four days of my trip, but now I’d like to invite you to join me on a photographic journey through the last four days. I was hosted for meals at multiple Michelin Star restaurants (Bo Innovation, 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana, Yan Toh Heen, The Steak House) as well as dim sum specialists Tim Ho Wan, said to be the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in the world. To balance out my extremely decadent eating, I also hit up some of Hong Kong’s best street food. Check it all out below:

"Dead Garden" at Bo Innovation

“Dead Garden” at Bo Innovation

 

Baked Turnip and Seafood with Portuguese Sauce in Puff Pastry

Baked Turnip and Seafood with Portuguese Sauce in Puff Pastry at Yan Toh Heen

 

Truffles on top of truffles on top of truffles. Oh, there's pasta, too? (at 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana)

Truffles on top of truffles on top of truffles. Oh, there’s pasta, too? (at 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana)

 

24oz. "Long Bone" ribeye at The Steak House

24oz. “Long Bone” ribeye at The Steak House

 

Seafood at the Mong Kok street market

Seafood at the Mong Kok street market

Egg Tarts are a street food favorite in Hong Kong

Egg Tarts are a street food favorite in Hong Kong

 

Egg waffles (aka eggette or gai daan jai) at Lee Keung Kee

Egg waffles (aka eggette or gai daan jai) at Lee Keung Kee

Freshly made dumpling from the masters at Yan Toh Heen

Freshly made dumpling from the masters at Yan Toh Heen

Baked BBQ Pork Bao from Tim Ho Wan

Baked BBQ Pork Bao from Tim Ho Wan

 

Comments

  1. Thanks for the photos! I’m going to HK in December and have begun compiling a list of food to eat my way through… 😀

  2. The food in Hong Kong blew me away, and we only at at “cheap eats” places. We were on a budget, despite flying there in business on Cathay Pacific 🙂 We found we didn’t need to spend a whole lot of money to eat well!

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