During our last meet-up in Causeway Bay, the topic of desserts came up, and I mentioned how I had never tried Lady M. My friend informed me that the rose crêpe cake was a Hong Kong exclusive, and as a fan of cake, rose, and exclusivity, we made a plan to meet up again later that week for some indulgence.
We were about to commence a long hike along the McLehose Trail, and feeling lethargic, I went to the nearby 7-Eleven in search of milk tea. Instead, I found something I had heard of back in my university days; Coca-Cola Plus Coffee. Continue reading Spotlight: Coca-Cola Plus Coffee→
One of the most wonderful things about Hong Kong is the diversity of the landscape. If you ever tire of the steel and glass of the city, you can escape to the mountains or hop on a ferry to one of the many outlying islands. Continue reading Simple Delights in Lamma Island→
The food courts in Asia are on a whole different level than the ones in North America. They have a ton of variety for good prices, and the process is efficient and smooth. When I went to Hong Kong a few years ago, I tried Pepper Lunch for the first time and was amused by the sizzling hot plate that allowed you to ‘cook’ your own food. This time, we were looking for food and discovered a stand-alone Pepper Lunch store in Sha Tin.
Pepper Lunch Location: Shop A184-197, Level One, Phase III
I love coming to Hong Kong for the complete change of atmosphere. It’s bustling streets, cramped spaces, and mountainous forests may be surprising to some, but it is definitely a city that is alive at all times of the day. That being said, it is also a city chock-full of delicious food. If you’ve never tried egg waffles, I recommend checking this place out, as it is one of the best on the island.