I’ve always found breakfast a difficult meal to sweep me off my feet here in HK. Black Salt is decent though. They put an Indian twist into a Western breakfast. Also in a chilled little pocket of Sai Ying Pun.
This place is a really delicious restaurant, a bit of a hidden gem, tucked down a quite street.
Easily my favourite restaurant in Hong Kong, not even because its right next door. Incredible food, they're only open for dinner during the week and do a brunch on the weekends. You really need to book ahead, no one can get a table usually. Closed on Tuesdays. Sri Lankan Fusion food I guess? It's…
“Get on the ferry to see the most stunning city skyline of the world! Check it out both day and night view for different feels. Last ferry going back to the island is at 11:20pm”
“This place has good food - it's expensive but good. I love the bar in the back - it's a great HK secret. Just ask if it's open. ”
“Park 'n Shop (midrange, some western products) on First Street right next to the MTR exit B1”
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“210m from MTR (metro) Station Exit B2, passing by the restaurants and (super)markets - super cheap and convenient transport method in Hong Kong”
“The best jazz bar in town is modelled after an old saloon and celebrates the infamous Australian bandit Ned Kelly. A terrific mid-size band plays numerous sets every night. Try their famous shot, the North Sea Oil, just to say you did. (Be careful!)”