If you want to have some harbour view and a quiet corner to sit for coffee or some snack, this may be the place to be. The cafe is situated at the fourth floor of Hong Kong Arts Centre. Pumpernickel is known for its bread. It has a few branches with one at Hong Kong Arts… Continue reading Cafe at Hong Kong Arts Centre
If you ever want to try traditional Chinese dessert, I recommend this:Red bean soup with sweet balls is a common traditional Chinese dessert dish. The sweet balls’ contents are usually sesame seed or peanut butter. I fell in love with this dessert recently. Good red bean soup, with the bean completely dissolved into the soup… Continue reading Red bean soup with sweet balls
Chi Lin Nunnery is a Buddhist nunnery built in the Tang dynasty architecture style, consisting of gardens and temples. Construction of the complex started in mid-1990s and opened to the public for visit in year 2000.The nunnery has little heritage value in terms of history, but the complex is grand and elegant, worth a visit.The… Continue reading Nunnery and park: more compassion needed?
If you are looking for some light food and dessert of local speciality, you may come to Parkes Street (白加士街) in Jordan, Kowloon. The street has gathered some of the best noodle and dessert shops in town. If you take MTR, get off at Jordan Station. Take exit C2 (Bowring Street). Once you are on… Continue reading Parkes Street
If you look for simple food in Tsim Sha Tsui (TST), especially around the Star Ferry pier, do not miss this restaurant – Deli and Wine, right next to Hong Kong Cultural Centre. This restaurant is actually run by a giant food chain in Hong Kong Maxim’s Group. It is a new move by the group,… Continue reading Cafe restaurant in TST