Coffee’s Drank in Hong Kong Part 1

I have a confession to make. I drank way to many … coffee’s in Hong Kong and they were way too overpriced to be worth it. But I guess I did it for the experience? For the pleasure of it. So what is Hong Kong’s coffee scene like? Well, all I can say is that, Hong Kong’s coffee scene seemed somewhat one dimensional. There are … Continue reading Coffee’s Drank in Hong Kong Part 1

Western Food in Hong Kong- An international city

My definition of “Western food” in Hong Kong is different than the typical Western food definition. Yes, there is Western food in Hong Kong, but I’ll be honest, I didn’t eat Western food that often in Hong Kong but more fusion food than anything else. A lot of “Hong Kong” food can be considered a fusion with Western food. Cha Chaan Teng, one of the … Continue reading Western Food in Hong Kong- An international city

Joe Fortes

Date Visited: May 8 2015 What I ate: Buck a Shuck Oyster (served icy cold on the half shell with classic cocktail sauce) 8/10 No sand, no shell, no extra salty water It was fresh and plump I like their oysters – cheap (during happy hour) and good quality Jumbo Tiger Prawn Cocktail (fresh horseradish, cocktail sauce) 7/10 The prawns were quite large but I … Continue reading Joe Fortes