On our second day at Hong Kong, we woke up early, as you can see all the shop's not opened yet. Semangat ma...but the sis's face already looking tired....
On our way to our traditional Hong Kong breakfast, we walked pass the 'Goldfish street'. Really alot of gold fish lo I tell you...
We ate at this particular cafe "Kam Wah Cafe" in Mongkok, only a street away from the place we stayed. Apparently, the cafe is famous for its Polo bao/Pineapple Bun but when we tasted it....
It's not that bad, the bun is crispy and soft on the inside, but the pineapple taste, we find it tasted artificial.
Famous HK Polo Bao : How to eat it (as thought by the sis)- As it is thick and crispy, biting into it will cause it to crumbles easily. Hence, a fork is provided, what you have to do is use the fork to press the bun flat so that it is easier to eat.
Their egg tart is the best, soft filling with the right thickness of crust.
Real small area with so many occupants...we're not really used to it during our 1st few days.
We also had the famous HK "Chan Dan Min', translates to Instant Noodles with luncheon meat & Egg.
Char Siew Noodle.
Total bill comes up to this amount : as shown above ;p
After the meal, we proceed to our next stop, which is to visit the Big Buddha, which I'll cover in the next post :)
Taxi after taxi. But why in the drama, there's always scene of Hongkies fighting over taxi ??? Don't understand lo...
Kam Wah Cafe 金華冰廳
G/F, 47 Bute Street,
Prince Edward Business hours: Mon – Sun (6.30am to 12am)