Wednesday, August 21, 2013

HK Day 3 - Cheung Hung Seafood Restaurant, Harbour City (Eric Kayser & Rice Paper), A Symphony of Lights

3 August '13

On my 3rd day in HK, we had lunch at the same restaurant we had dinner on the 1st day, Cheung Hung Seafood Restaurant.

Vegetarian Chee Cheong Fun (Rice Noodle Rolls)
Fried Shrimp w/ Salted Egg Yolk
Roast Pork
I like the roast pork, succulent meat and crunchy skin.

Oyster & Bitter Melon Omelette
Very tasty omelette, a little bit too salty but still good.

Stir-fried Vermicelli
Didn't really like the taste of it. Kind of weird, there's pickled ginger inside. But I like the pork.

Don't know the name, it's green paprika filled with fish cake.

Chicken Feet

The skin is chewy, there are turnip, small shrimp and celery inside.

Then we went to Harbour City (again!) because my sister wants to try the croissants at Eric Kayser Bakery.

After we bought some at the Grab&Go Bakery (there's Eric Kayser Restaurant / Le Restaurant du Boulanger right beside the bakery) we went to Rice Paper to eat.

Chouquettes (5pcs) - HKD 25
Chinese Chicken Ciabatta - HKD 20
Chocolate Viennoise - HKD 16
Brasilia Tart - HKD 38
Didn't get to try those 4 above :'(

Croissant - HKD 16
Chocolate Croissant - HKD 17

The crust was crispy while the inside was soft, buttery and flaky. I like the chocolate croissant more, just because I love chocolate hehe. Either way, their croissants were so good!

Chocolate Eclair - HKD 30

Pistachio Eclair - HKD 30

The eclairs is good, but not exceptional. The truth is, I'm not a fan of their eclair.

We had our early dinner at Rice Paper, Rice Paper is a vietnamese restaurant, but they also have thai food here.

Vietnamese Spring Rolls (HKD 62) -
Consists of pork, dried shrimp, fungus, egg, vermicelli, sage and black pepper. The deep fried rolls was so crispy on the outside, tastes good too. But here's my favorite!

Prawn Rice Paper Rolls (HKD 75)
The Prawn Rice Paper Rolls! Served cold. There are only cucumber, glass noodle and prawn inside but it was soooo good! I love this dish, it's refreshing. I also love their sweet chili sauce nomnomnom :9

Bun Cha Cold Vermicelli w/ Lemongrass Pork Chop (HKD 86)

Mediocre taste, but the pork chop was quite good.

Seafood Fried Rice (HKD 92)
Fried Rice with calamari, scallop, prawn, fish, pineapple and cashew nut. The rice was a bit hard, but tasty. I like the fried fish inside.

Roast Pork Ribs w/ Barbecue Sauce (HKD 142)
Quite good, and the pork was quite tender.

*All prices exclude 10% of Service Charge

At 8pm I went to see A Symphony of Lights.
A Symphony of Lights is a synchronised building exterior decorative light and laser multimedia display, featuring 44 buildings on both sides of the Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong accompanied by music (-wikipedia).

1 HKD = 1350 rupiah

Cheung Heung Seafood Restaurant
G/F & 1/F, 5-5A Maple Street, Prince Edward
Telp: 21949977 / 23878637

Eric Kayser
Shop G14-15, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City
17 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Telp: 2736 2884
Opening Hours: 10.00-22.00

60 Ventris Road , Happy Valley
Telp: 3107 0008
Opening Hours: 7.45-21.45

Rice Paper
Shop 3319, 3/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City
17 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui 

Telp: 3151 7801
Opening Hours: Mon.-Sun. 11:30-23:30

Shop 20, L1, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong
Telp: 2265 8615
Opening Hours: Mon.-Fri.11:30–15:00 & 18:00–22:00
                         Sat.,Sun. and public Holidays: 11:30–22:00 

A Symphony of Lights
Staged every night at 8pm.
HK Tourism: "The best viewing locations of this nightly spectacle are along the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront between the Avenue of Stars and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the promenade at Golden Bauhinia Square in Wanchai, and from sightseeing ferries in the Victoria Harbour."

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