Sunday, July 22, 2012

Lin Heung Tea House (蓮香樓), Central, Hong Kong

Lin Heung Tea House (蓮香樓)
Continuing with my journey to try out long established restaurant, Lin Heung Tea House is another choice. As my aunt knew that they are always packed, we reserved a table for the early dinner. When we are there, most tables have already scattered with people. I am looking forward to their food!
Tea House (Old Style)

Eight Treasure Duck (八寶鴨)

We have pre-ordered the Eight Treasure Duck. This is basically stuffed eight different ingredients into a boneless duck. The eight ingredients are lotus seeds, glutinous rice, mushroom, salty egg york... and I have lost count. The duck meat is so tender and just melt in your mouth. The glutinous rice is the best part of the dish. It absorbed all the taste from the duck.
Lotus Root Cake
I really like lotus root cake and I have made a special request for this dish. :)

This is Also a Unique Dish which I Found It In Hong Kong
Crispy Skin Chicken
Finished off with Mung Bean Dessert
Went to this restaurant is like travel back in time!
Entrance where They Sell Dim Sum in the Morning

Various Gift Boxes Back in the Old Days!

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Anthony Kitchen, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

Where to go for seafood when you are in Hong Kong? Sai Kung is the place! It is quite an interesting experience for me. You can either buy your seafood directly from the fishermen or from the shop itself. What I mean to buy direct from the fishermen?

Buying our seafood from Fishermen directly
Showing their Catch
Selection of Other Seafood Products
Sai Kung "Seafood Street"
After we bought our seafood, we brought them to Mrs S's favourite restaurant. We were lucky enough to grab a seat for the night, as they were fully booked!

Anthony Kitchen at Sai Kung
Our seafood feast for the night includes...

Grilled Abalone
Steamed Crab (奄仔蟹) with Egg White
Steamed Fish (Forgot what type!)
Whelk With Broccoli
Pork Knuckle with Black Pepper Sauce
Some of these seafood which I hardly eat in Sydney.