Sunday, October 1, 2017

Hong Kong Food Guide: Part 2

Starting off the month with part 2 of my Hong Kong Food Guide! Enjoy! :)



Here's a continuation of my Hong Kong Food Guide! If my first post features traditional places to eat at, this one is all about foreign concepts around HK as well as some IG-worthy food you can shoot for the 'gram! I'll even throw in some of the great places I got to visit while I was there!

Little Bao
Address: 66 Staunton St, Central, Hong Kong 
What we recommend: Szechuan Fried Chicken Bao and Pork Belly Bao
Note: Open only from 6pm to 11pm on weekdays. Then 12pm to 4pm and 6pm to 11pm on weekends.
P.S. Prepare to shell out 78 HKD per bao.
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IKEA
Address: Upper Basement, Parklane Hotel, 310 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
What we recommend: Must Try: Swedish Meatballs and Herb Roasted Chicken
Note: Ikea has unlimited self-serve soft drinks perfect to beat the heat with!
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Ichiran Ramen
Address: Shop F-I, G/F, Lockhart House, Block A, 440 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay
What we recommend: Tonkotsu Ramen with lots of garlic and soft-boiled egg on the side!
Note: Bring home their Kamadare Tonkotsu Set which includes ramen soup, noodles, and Ichiran's original red dry sauce (3 servings for 239 HKD)
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CafĂ© Kool, Kowloon Shangri-La 
 Address: 64 Mody Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong
What we tried: their Breakfast Buffet
Note: Go for the sausages with mustard, crispy bacon, and the ham
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KALA Toast
Address: G11, G/F, The Peak Tower, 128 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
What we tried: Rainbow Grilled Cheese Toasties and Fresh Kiwi Soda
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Tom Dixon x Nodi Cafe
Address: 34 Graham Street, Central, Hong Kong
What we ordered: Mocha, Hojicha Latte, and Matcha Latte
Note: Right outside is the famous graffiti wall at Graham Street. Below it is Tom Dixon, a fancy furniture shop carrying all sorts of items for your home.
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Flamingo Bloom
Address: G/F, Shop B, World Trust Tower, 50 Stanley St, Central, Hong Kong
What we tried: Smashed Honey Peaches with Jasmine Tips Green
Note: Flamingo floaties cost extra, but you can always try borrowing them for photo ops.
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Oddies Foodies
Address: 45 Gough St, Central, Hong Kong
What we tried: Rosey Cheeks (Rose Gelato with lychee compote and raspberry swirl)
Note: They're also famous for their Eggette Parfaits!
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Elephant Grounds
Address: 11 Gough St. Central Hong Kong
What we tried: Rose Honey and Matcha Latte
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The Coffee Academics
Address: Guilar House, 24 D'Aguilar St, Central, Hong Kong
What we tried: their Academics Breakfast and signature espresso
Note: Check out their Coffee Cocktails and Globally Inspired Coffee menu which features
 a brand new creation every month!
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Places we went to:

Graham Street
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Sky Terrace 428, The Peak
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Montane Mansion
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Hong Kong Island Skyline / Victoria Harbour from Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
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Madame Tussauds
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Sky 100 Observation Deck
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Choi Hung Estate
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Hong Kong Cultural Centre 
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Kowloon Park
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I hope this guide helps you find new things to eat and enjoy on your trip! :)
P.S. Don't forget to check out part 1 of my Hong Kong Food Guide
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  1. Bookmarking this if ever we push through our HK plans! All the food looks great and delicious! Sana I have enough money para matry yan lahat haha.

    Angelica|The PolyHobbyist

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    1. Hi Angelica! :) The cafes can get pretty pricey, but I highly recommend yung mga traditional HK eats which I shared in part one of my guide: http://www.bettinabacani.com/2017/09/hong-kong-food-guide.html

      I hope your trip pushes through! Travel while you're young! :D

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