Everything About Food


#221

One thing about eating in HK: bring your own napkins.


#222

No no, sorry if it wasn’t clear. I’m not looking for recommendations just in Central. I plan to go all around. I was just telling you where I’m staying so you know I’m not out in the boonies somewhere.


#223

上海姥姥 is like the PF Chang version of Shanghainese food. It’s the same as the other chain 翡翠拉麵小籠包. Both are not bad but don’t expect to be blown away.


#224

Yes…should do the same in Singapore, where they charge like $2 for napkins :sweat:


#225

Almost forgot…@aalj said this place is good, so you should check it out (flower market is next door):

FYI in case you haven’t noticed, you can change the language on the top left hand corner of the OpenRice web site from Chinese to English.


#226

No worries, I can read Chinese as well :slight_smile:


#227

Aww…you make your parents proud :smile:
Okay then that advice is for :robot: in case he’s interested to pay a visit :joy_cat:


#228

Don’t you make your parents proud too :wink:
Are you not an ABC?


#229

This lonely planet guide is not bad. You will gain 20 pounds if you finish all the top choice ones.


#230

No, I’m a proud mango.

This guide recommends Tim Ho Wan. THW is good in Singapore and Sydney, but don’t go to the one in HK. It sucked.


#231

I agree. Tim ho wan was very average.


#232

I’ll be honest, I have no idea what acronym Mango stands for. I UD it and got some results like exotic male stripper…don’t think that’s correct :sweat_smile:


#233

Looking at Openrice is really depressing… everything looks yummy there. :cry:


#234

No, it means you are yellow inside and out :joy_cat:


#235

They have good goose liver dishes.


#236

Wow, our very own Pacifica just might have the greatest Taco Bell in the world!!! Definitely need to check out…


#237

I’m in Osaka. Food recommendations?


#238

Err, Italian???


#239

There was a restaurant near Umeda that I forgot the name of, but their pork cutlet was nice and juicy.


#241