DAY 6 (CON’T) Some background on Ho Hung Kee. Apart from their one michelin star rating, its founder Ho Wing Fong used to be a disciple of Mak Woon Chi (of Mak’s Noodles – the very outlet that begin it all where Hong Kong’s wanton noodles are concerned). Talking about legacy planning, Ho Wing Fong’s … More Hong Kong & Macau 2014: Day 6 Going Home Part 3
Didn’t really spend too much time on itinerary planning for this trip. Whatever time I could spare went into researching food places to go, heh 😛 Having tried Mak’s Noodles in my last 2 trips to Hong Kong, this time round, after reading various reviews, decided to check out its competitor right across the road … More Food Mission: Tsim Chai Kee @ Wellington Street, Hong Kong
DAY 12: MONDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2013 After ending the day late last night (my last night in Tokyo as well), plus having packed my luggage all the way till 1+ in the morning ….. abandoned all thoughts of waking up at 5+ to travel down to Tsukiji Market for sushi breakfast (Note: Tsukiji is just … More Japan 2013: Day 12 Heading Home
It feels like a damn long time since I’ve blogged (although my last entry was on Sat/Sun), so I thought some much needed blogging/writing (whilst on the long MRT journey home) will be the antidote to a boring and somewhat ‘sucky’ Thursday at work (ended off my Thursday with a couple of ‘unsuccessful’ phone calls) … More Thursday Thoughts ….
Its a sign …… indeed it is …….. Earlier in the day, I have tweeted, or rather I have ‘complained’ on my twitter that my intended healthy lunch of mee sua literally sucked no thanks to super stale fish that the stall-owner has the cheek to use …… It was not the usual fish soup … More Days of My Life ……
A short food entry / food review / 2 cents worth of comments 😛 …… In case you are wondering, Wonton Story is one of the food kiosks located @ Basement 1 of Bugis Junction (recently revamped and renovated) …… was looking for something to eat on my way home and thought a combination of … More Wonton Story