HI GUYS! AUGUSTDINERS will be in HK for a couple of days for some food loving affair!!
With the massive varieties of HK cafe/restaurants to choose from, we are spoilt for choices. Because of our limited time there, we wish to just pick the best of the best and your recommendation is highly appreciated.

In the meantime, we did some research and here;s a couple that we chose- tell us what you think! We don't want to waste time nor tummy spaces on food that C.M.I (cannot make it)

1. Fu Sing, Wan Chai, apparently their POLO Bun is good
2. T'ang Court, Langham- for their dimsums
3. Caprice, Four Seasons
4. Joy Hing Roasted Meat, Wan Chai for their roasted goodies (duh)
5. The Manor which apparently have better roast duck than yut kee, and that's saying a lot!
6. Mak's @ Wellington St for their wonton mee
7. Bo's Innovation
8. Tai Cheong Bakery- for their egg tart
9. Drawing Room- White Truffle Menu
10. Cova- high tea

There's a whole list of others but these are my priorities. We're more into Cha Chan Teng, Street Food, Dim Sums, HK desserts, and Canto Cuisines.

Hope to hear from you soon! :)

14 comments:

Michelle Chin said...

I will be heading to Caprice, Fu Sing and Manor too. But that will be in January of course. I cannot wait to read your reviews. :)

C said...

Bck from HK last week..Caprice was among one that i've attempted..Was good, but not superb..The menu's a little too safe i think, mayb i was expecting something more unique and innovative..But ambience's great..and service's top notch.. http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g294217-d944799-r90051457-Caprice-Hong_Kong_Hong_Kong_Region.html ...Anyhor enjoy yr trip babes~ -Chloe.T-

AugustDiners said...

Michelle: aww! thanks for the confirmation that those should be the good ones! shall keep u updated! :)

Chloe: Thanks for the link! So what would be your recommendation? :P

chloe said...

lung king heen?? missed that =( , perhaps you can give it a try and let us know if it really deserves a 3* ..Well to me, HK street food beats fine dining hands down anytime =P

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

the scramble eggs at australia dairy co

you got all the desserts like the mango sago ice and the "dan lai"s too.. but looks like u r on a fine dining spree in HK!

AugustDiners said...

chloe: i agree that street food beats fine dining! Especially in HK, slurps! Shall look up on lung king heen :)

Joe: no no, i would do street food ANYDAY in hk. Those shortlisted i found thru the net, i didnt realise they would be so expensive?? Any other recommendations Especially on the desserts!?

Geoffrey Wu said...

Food in Hong Kong is truly spectacular and I think you can definitely expand that list with some good old local eateries in Wan Chai & Jordan. Fun list though but am not convinced on point 6,7,9,10!

Happy Eating!
Geoff

AugustDiners said...

Geoffrey Wu: Thanks for the pointers! i'm reading your blog now hoping to get a tipper or two :D

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

u got yee shun milk company and hui lau shan (as far as i know)

AugustDiners said...

joe: good recommendation, hui lau shan is my favourite, i love their mango drinks!

Michelle Chin said...

I've been to lung king heen. you can look at the review here:

http://www.michelle-chin.com/2010/02/lung-king-heen-four-seasons-hk.html

GG said...

Hi babe!! I went to Caprice in Feb this year. To be honest I was kinda let down!! :( Jst a heads up!

http://gourmettoglam.wordpress.com/2010/03/09/weekend-in-hong-kong-dining-at-caprice/

GG said...

Ohh forgot to mention, Tai Cheong egg tarts are *thumbs up* they hv lots of yummy biscuits to buy home as well. For traditional Chinese, try looking Fook Lam Moon up! Hv fun and Merry Christmas!! :)

Man Fai said...

Another HK "Char chan teng" that is highly recommended by even the hong kong people...

http://www.lotsofcravings.com/2009/05/australia-dairy-co-parkes-street-jordan.html

Can include that in your list if you got the time. (^^)

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