I gave a quick look around and found some relatively cheap flights to HKG these upcoming weeks.
With that, I was hoping to see if anyone has some updated recommendations since things can change fast.
This is pretty much an update on: One dim sum lunch in Hong Kong?
I have around five or six days (some days might be filled with family outings), but I’m trying to pretty much frontload the schedule and have whatever familial times on one day and end it there.
Debating between Seventh Son/Fook Lam Moon for one high end (supposedly one of the traditional) dim sum and one high end more modern take. Thinking Tang Court, Yee Tung Heen, Mott 32, Ying Jee Club (though maybe its not really a modern take), Dim Sum Library or just for fun Yum Cha at Langham Palace (might just go here in addition to those places just for fun, but we’ll see).
Dinner wise, I’m thinking one more round at Tasting Court (going to try to see if they offer different selection of food items). Under the aforementioned CNY topic, might give Fu Sing a try (I like the idea of that stuffed fish). If there’s an early spot, maybe some yakitori at Yard Bird as well. Other than that, most likely going to go for some dai pai dongs like Oi Man Sang. Oh, and thinking of getting seafood at Ap Lei Chau or in Google_gourmet’s topic, maybe vising Sai Kung; any thoughts? I don’t think I’ll be visiting the islands.
For lunch places that’s not dim sum, thinking The Chairman, Kau Kee, Kam’s roast goose and probably whatever Wonton Noodles I can find or some good ol’ cha chan tang.
Breakfast I was looking at Mui Kee for congee or whatever little bits we can find.
Any thoughts, suggestions?
Also curious if anyone has any fun wet/dry markets to walk around in? I’m sure I caught the main ones walking around places, but can’t hurt to map them out. Also will stay around the Tsuen Wan area for a few nights; not quite sure what’s around there but if anyone has any info that’ll be neat. Thanks!
Note, some places I glanced at are from e_ting’s list here:
Though not sure how updated they are.