Special thanks to Josephine for lending it to us, on the night before our departure the next day!!!
Food was our top priority. Honestly, we practically ate our way into & out of Hong Kong. If The Amazing Race was about the race for food, we would have won.
Allan Wu would have been impressed with us. He would have said we've got guts! Gastronomical guts, that is!
The shop was quite easy to find. It reminded me of a car accessory shop where the spare parts are on display at the window.
This is one of the few shops with a better interior. Everything looks newer inside.
I was surprised to find those two paintings in a place like this. Don't look no up. Somebody has actually got taste. The artwork seemed quite contemporary, with a line of multi-national chefs.
Most famous old shops have old waiters to match. I imagined them to be loyal workers from a long time ago, who worked their way up to become business partners.
Goosey goosey gander.
This was the first goose ever we had in Hong Kong. It was excellent. The meat is much much more tender than ducks.
The sauce that comes with the goose.
Kai lan. Every shop has this. It is as common as water.
The coconut, white fungus & red date soup. Imagine sweetness with a hint of coconut.
The roasted twice juicylicious char siew & siew yuk.
After coming back to Kuching, I am always reminded of this when I see a fat kid.