Hong Kong, one of the busiest cities in Asia, is a perfect vacation destination for a concrete-hugger like me. I love the wilderness, but at the end of the day, it's a concrete jungle that I would prefer to call home. For a city girl like me, it's perhaps I have never spent more than a week in a jungle, so being close to Mother Nature actually scares me. Whenever I go to a jungle back home in Malaysia, I cringe and greatly fear the mere existence of leeches and whatever creepy crawlies we have in the rain forest. Although we also have bigger threats in the concrete jungle, like pick-pockets, handbag snatchers, muggers, etc, I still love to wander in the mega-sized malls, and getting lost amidst the skyscrapers.
Another thing I love about big cities is, vegetarian restaurants are readily available at every nook and corner of the city!
Typical Chinese Dinner set :)
艇仔粥 Small Boat Porridge The name of this dish originated from a historical family that lived in boat village and made a living by selling porridge on their small boat. Peanuts! The must have accompaniment when it comes to porridge
Claypot Tofu, Mushrooms and Vegetables. Although this dish tasted a little bland, but it's a perfect dish to go with the porridge as it did not steal the porridge's limelight.
Comfortable setting and prompt service!
Roasted "Fish" This dish was perfect! As the sauce was just right and was not too sweet. The sauce did not overpower the "fish's" texture. The pinenuts added an extra flavour that amplified the fragrance of the sweet and sour sauce.
年年有余 This is a prosperous dish, where traditionally, it symbolizes continuous and plentiful harvest in all the years to come.
This fish was made of Yam and is deep fried to perfection and went really well with the sweet and sour sauce.
Address: 6D Grand Tower, 639 Nathan Road, Hong Kong Contact Number: 2787 3128
Two avid vegetarians are here to share some insights to the world of vegetarianism.
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