Another Christmas Tree light at Statue Square, Central, Hong Kong.
Went out the Lee Tung Ave (利東街) to continue my series on Christmas Light. One of the best decoration so far.
Pack with a lot people.
Ask a this girl to hold up her phone so I could just photograph the phone. Thanks very much.
This couple was busy doing selfie.
I thought she was cute.
Some fake snow floating around. Make it more beautiful.
Look so real… Like he is coming down for me….
Many wishes to become an angel.
We made an unplanned stop here at Kam Sheung Road Station. This is the new cargo container shopping and dining place. Still new.
Exit B – on the right side there is a flea market. Walk toward the small bridge. Cross the bridge and you will see it your left hand side.
If you check on the Instragam, many tag this place because there is a pet grooming shop here.
There is one cafe here. That it. Not other type of restaurants. If they position more restaurant, it could be a very good weekend hangout.
During the cool weather, one can sit outside and enjoy the cool breeze.
The toilet area. Very clean.
I have not been to this restaurant for awhile. Since I am doing Keto, I eat mostly at home.
But this Sunday, just feel like eating some restaurant food. This is what I ordered.
My wife ate this one. Food is pretty good but the table is a little too tight. Previously, they have square 4 person table but I think they want to maximize the seating place and to have customers leave as soon as they finish their food.
They don’t want customer to linger too long and occupy their table for more than one hour or so….that is my take.
Shop G009, G/F, YOHO Mall I, 9 Yuen Lung Street, Yuen Long
1-min walk from Exit K, Yuen Long MTR Station
Came here over the weekend with my in-law for some dim sum (飲茶). I did not know they are Michelin 1 Star. They are on the 4th floor of Mira Mall.
Unfortunately, I am on Keto. Most of the stuff I can’t eat.
This roast chicken is the only food I can eat.
This one I can eat.
This is another stuff that has been sitting on our shelved for a long time. We have to let it go. Not using is much. Go to carousell to take a look at it.
Hau Wong Temple (侯王古廟) Kowloon City. The place is a little small but it’s very historical. This temple was built during the Ching dynasty. You can click here for further information on this temple.
It’s right at the coner of Junction Road and Tung Tau Tsuen Road. If you look at my previous post on Kowloon Walled City, it’s on the same stretch of the road.