Category Archives: Hong Kong

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I’m Still Hungry In Hong Kong | Cheap Feeds

Hong Kong. If you thought Sydney had a lot going for it, you should check this place out. A metropolis with a population density seventeen times that of Sydney, it’s like being on a Sydney train at peak hour, except everywhere you go in Hong Kong. However, any traveller worth their salt will travel to Hong Kong at least once. If you’re a foodie, you might not stop at just once.

Did you know The Lady and I travelled to Hong Kong for a few days over December last year? You’d be forgiven if you weren’t aware – no details were shared on social media. We all know that if you didn’t see it on Instagram or the blog, then I didn’t eat it. That’s how the arrangement goes, right? Thus, I’m going to bust that myth, one photo at a time.

Let’s just say that “I’m Still Hungry” isn’t a phrase I was saying by the end of the trip. Without further ado, onto the food!

Period of Visit: December 2014


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Restaurant Amber | Hong Kong

Everyone has a story or two about something stupid they did when they were young. In my case, I’ve got a whole compendium of “Shen’s idiocy and the acts that followed”. That’s Volume I, btw. Once, I saw a brown liquid that was moving down a tree branch at a glacial pace, and thought it was…honey.

Oh boy, you’d think that would put me off a restaurant called Amber, wouldn’t you?

Good thing I don’t get traumatised very easily. By the way, did you know that tree sap actually doesn’t taste all that bad? *ahem* Ok, now onto actual French food.

Date Last Visited: 18/12/2014
Address: The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
Recommended Dish(es): fukuoka hobo fish, Hokkaido sea urchin, Bahibe milk chocolate cylinder