Flaky, gooey egg tarts and pork pies, still steaming from the oven, from our favorite bakeshop in TST.
|Lemon chicken, spicy noodles and boiled beef tripe and offal.
Machang or sticky rice, plain noodles with vegetables, spicy shrimp dimsum and garlic vegetables.
|Beef tripe in noodle soup and steamed pork with vegetables.
A typical hole in the wall restaurant. The food is roll-your-eyes-and-make funny-cooing-noises good but for the love of God DO NOT look at how it's prepared.
|Typically meat is left to simmer for hours, days even.
|Roasted goose and duck
|The big K and I just had to take one home.
The big K and I also checked out Hong Kong's tallest mall. The One is located along Nathan Road in TST and has 29 floors to satisfy any serious shopper, writer included.
|No idea what the thing was with the tofu but they look kinda creepy cute.
|Now would you buy something named Cowshed?
|Hmmm... Wear chocolate? Almost sounds kinky.
|The Lost & Found store sells quirky novelty items.
|A glorified box for the discriminating cat.
Want to know what you'll look like with a new nose without going for a nose job?
|VW bus organiser.
|They come in small sizes too!
|Happy Man indeed!
|Another happy guy!
Lounge chair made from cast iron heaters. Perfect for households with cats just like ours!