I was given a booster from the 'eggy' breakfast in Wanchai which subsequently led to more adventurous routes along the rail from the reclaimed land of Wanchai to Central which is known for its hustle, bustle, rush and roar. Irrespective of how busy and crowded the city centre is, the main principle of our adventure is always on discovering the best place for food.
The tram stop
One of the most convenient means of transport - the tram
Hoi Mei Kai
Many manhole covers are found along the road
Have you ever enjoyed your cuppa by sitting (or squatting?) outside a roadside stall?
This is a popular tea house to relax and unwind for some traditional dim sum
Never leave their Ma Lai Koh behind no matter how full you are. You just need to taste it to tell the difference.
Another legendary in Hong Kong - Mak Ngan Wonton Noodles Specialist
Egg noodles tossed with shrimp roe
Sai Yoong - literally means a small bowl of noodles
Blanched Kai Lan (Chinese broccoli) with oyster sauce
Think of cookie pastry egg tarts, think of Tai Cheong!
"Hong Kong's Most Favourite Egg Tarts" - by Chris Patten, former governor of Hong Kong.
Hold back your saliva!!!
Can't take my eyes off the voluptuousness of her body ~~~
Oh ... the one and only enjoyment of luxury, full of delight, pleasure, ministering to sensual gratification ...
Chinese doughnut (Sa Yoong)