Foods that we ate in our Hongkong-Macau Trip
Sa mga nag-aabang, kung ano ba ang mga pinagkakain namin sa Hongkong, ito na nga ang kwento.
We arrived at the Hongkong airport at exactly 8am Wednesday morning. After we got our luggages, the first thing we looked for was a money changer booth. My sister and I exchanged a few dollars so that we have something to use to eat and pay for our ride going to the hotel.
At the airport, there are a lot of restaurants that you can choose from. But the ambiance is quite overwhelming for first timers in this country like us. We did not even had the guts to take a glimpse of the menu, there’s a felling that they offer food that are a bit expensive for our budget. Masayado kaming conscious kasi 1st day pa lang hahaha
Since we ate at Manila’s airport before boarding, we are still a bit full. BTW, my son even tried Cebu Pacific’s airline meal, even though it’s only less than 2 hours travel time. It was his dream to eat food inside the plane, so pinagbigyan na namin.
This was what he ordered, unfortunately I forgot the name.
Balik tayo sa HongKong airport, we decided to just check out what’s inside a 7/11 store. We ordered the following:
We loved these breads and that banana drink, it’s insanely delicious (even though it made my tummy feel ouchy after). The breads cost HK$15 + HK$5 for the drinks.
Then for dinner on our first day, we went to City Gate Outlet to eat. We headed to McDonalds ’cause we thought it’s cheaper there. Unfortunately not! Still na-try namin ang kakaiba nilang chicken + Angus burgers
Then while walking, nakita namin ang small store na’to na nagtitinda ng pecking duck, pork plus RICE!!! Ang friendly din ng crew, nag pose pa sa camera haha
Then we decided to bring some food at the hotel to be eaten for breakfast the next day. We bought some food at the Supermarket nearby and we’re glad to meet a Filipina crew. Hongkongers knows how to speak English, but it’s still hard for us to understand them (especially with regards to numbers). Kaya nakakatuwang makakita ng kababayan na madaling matanong ng mga bagay-bagay. Ang mura ng rice meal dito sa Taste!
Kung nagtitipid kayo, dito kayo tumingin ng makakain.
As I posted on previous article, we ate outside Disneyland Park before entering the venue and these are what we had:
Inside Disneyland, these are our dinner:
On our 3rd day, we were supposed to have our breakfast at Delicious Kitchen (where Vice Ganda ate on one of his YouTube video), but it was still closed around 10am when we arrived, so we chose another restaurant nearby because we can’t wait for it to open at 11am.
So we ate at Wow Taste, and these are the dishes we had. Price ranges from HK$40-HK$60 as far as I can remember.
After that, we had a trip to the city and ate some street food at Times Square.
Then for dinner on our 3rd day we ate at Yoshinoya. We were surprised that it’s more affordable than Mcdo there. Price ranges from HK$29 and up
My sister, her friend and I went to Temple street around 9pm. We passed by a street food and we tried the fish ball curry, octopus and more
For our last day in HongKong, we had our brunch with my college friend at Cafe Coral.
Here are what we’ve got.
In fairness, masarap ang food sa Cafe Coral, I like the ambiance of the place and servings are huge. Price ranges from HK$30- HK$60
I missed trying the pineapple bun (because we can’t find one) and the Mos burger that Ren keeps on asking for.
On this day, we had a late lunch at Macau where we tried the following:That pork bun is quite expensive for HK$40 = P280, but according to Noel masarap naman daw Egg tart for HK$10. I was looking for Lord’s Stow store but I can’t find in the area where the Ruins of St. Paul is located. But this one still taste good naman, so keribels!
Our dinner was at McDonalds again at the airport.
That concludes the food we had during our Hongkong-Macau trip.