25 June 2011

Day 3 - Disneyland Hong Kong

Yuen Kee Restaurant
31 Kimberley Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, HK

From 7am until 11am, they serve only breakfast and there will be no rice dishes around those time. I am a type of person who can eat anything at anytime, breakfast food for lunch and even dinner meal for breakie. I actually aimed to get some roast pork dish in this early morning but they won't have it until 11 am onwards.

Bottom: Horlicks (hot) HK$ 13(AU$1.67) and Ovaltine (hot)

This is the Horlicks drink that I mentioned in the previous post. Is it only me or anyone else don't know what Horlicks drink is? It is actually a malt drink, like a milky drink but thicker in texture. Hope this makes sense. Never try the cold one but it's just additive when it comes in hot..

Top: Preserved Egg & Lean Pork Congee HK$ 26 (AU$3.33)
Bottom: Beef Tendon & Beef Brisket Noodle Soup HK$28 (AU$3.60)

They gave a really generous amount of preserved egg in the congee and the noodle was also nice especially the beef, they were tender but still have that chewy texture and succulent.

The condiments always feature in most restaurants in Hong Kong.. Can't get enuf of those chili oil

Disneyland Hong Kong

I guess, the best way to go Disneyland is by catching the MTR via Tung Chung line and get off at Sunny Bay station then catch the Disneyland Resort Line directly to Disneyland, first of all because it's convenient and we can enjoy the cute train with Disney-like interior that everyone can't wait to see.

Mickey Train's Handrail and Window

I won't put much photos of Disneyland here, cos I wouldn't want to spoil anyone's excitement for those who never been there yet.

Left to right: Mickey's Waffle HK$ 40 (AU$5.10) and 2 scoops of ice cream HK$ 35 (AU$4.50)

They also got the Piggy bun and Disney's character ice cream but we did not get a chance to buy all of them..

Miniature Bakery Shop

Pie & Tart
Corner Chatham and Granville Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, HK

We were on our way for dinner when this small shop grabbed our attention. Can't resist it, we bought 2 pies each one for me and hubby. The smell made us can't wait to tasting them so we sat under the bridge and started munching this beautiful pie. The base was crusty and rich with buttery flavour, loaded with heaps of filling. It was just so yummy. Made us forget our meat pies in OZ. Geezz... if not because we already had a plan to eat at McDonald, we definitely will try every single pie from their shop.

Top: Mushroom Pie HK$ 9.5(AU$1.20) and Bottom: Pizza Pie HK$ 9.5(AU$1.20)

Once finished, we went back to the shop and the lady (seller) was smiling (they recognised us), but we didn't get anymore pie cos it will make us too full before our dinner, so we only brought dim sum and sweet tart.

Top: Siomay HK$ 6(about AU$0.80) and Bottom: Chocolate Tart HK$7 (AU$0.90)

Branches all over Hong Kong

GCB (Grilled Chicken Burger) Meal HK$28 (AU$3.60)

Spicy Chicken Fillet Burger HK$27.50 (AU$3.50)

What a truly enjoyable dinner we had tonight, the chicken burger from McDonald was flavoursome, meat was succulent and struzzeled with heaps of mayo.

So, Octie-Appetie...

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