I had been to the Metropol Restaurant in Admiralty many years ago, but I felt it was just average, so I haven't been back for a long time. A few weeks ago, we were out in Hong Kong Park on a sunny Saturday morning and suddenly were in the mood of Dim Sum. So we… Continue reading Review: Metropol Restaurant
Dim Sum restaurants are at almost every corner, here in Hong Kong. But not all of them are good. So they come and go - but some stay. One of these places is "Dim Sum The Art of Chinese Tidbits" (yes, that's the full name) in Happy Valley. It has been around for many years… Continue reading Review: Dim Sum The Art of Chinese Tidbits
There is probably NO guide book that does NOT mention the famous Maxim's Palace in Hong Kong's City Hall... but it took me more than four years to give this famous place a go. And the only reason we went is that we were next door at the City Gallery and when we finished walking… Continue reading Review: Dim Sum at Maxim’s Palace
The other morning I met up with lovely H-J and baby Olive from WaterfallsAndCaribous - and we had dim sum at Jade Garden in Causeway Bay. This restaurant is apparently one of the top ten (well, if you believe the Time Out magazine - but the ladies with the trolleys have disappeared since the article… Continue reading Review: Dim Sum at Jade Garden
I've been to many different Dim Sum places in Wan Chai, Central and Sheung Wan - and here is one that's on my list of favourites, together with North Garden: Dim Sum Square. I've had read about it before on HungryHK and on Razlan. Dim Sum Square is tiny, it is just one floor and… Continue reading Review: Dim Sum Square
Ok, so after my blog post on what to do in Kowloon when it rains it's just logical to suggest a few things to do on a wet day on the Island. You could start your day with some Dim Sum to share with friends or family. My personal favourite is North Garden (Address: 1-3/F… Continue reading What to do on a rainy day on Hong Kong Island?