We didn't even know what famous eatery should we head for. There were just too many choices, and we didn't actually research about Mong Kok district.
But one thing I like about randomness in a holiday trip is because, you discover surprises most of the time.
Walked into a random cafe/cha chaan teng that looked kind of promising, and then observed what other local customers had on their tables as we were led into the inner corner of the cafe for our seats. No more empty tables and we had to 'tap toi' or in English, share a table with the others.
Ordered this Cheong fun (with juicy beef & char siew inside).
You can add sesame and soy sauce on it according to you own preference.
After my first bite, for a moment, it made all the things on my virtual list of favourite food move down a column. Man I am not even trying to exaggerate it.
It really was soooooooooooo good I felt like swearing.
(guess I did already haha)
One of the best soya bean milk I've ever tasted in my life.
And also one of the best 'yau zha guai'/ 油条 ever. The best ones are probably still from my hometown. Heh.
It was an epic moment when both me and my aunt smiled and exclaimed at the same time "omg 很好吃!!! " It was delicious, really.
Homemade. Good stuff!
Taxis, mini buses, and billboards. This is Hong Kong.
Street stall selling magazines and comics.
Uncle wearing white singlet, ah pek shorts and slippers, sitting by the roadside, enjoying the time of his life. haha
SHOPPING after DINNER.
the best combinations ever. (＾▽＾)
It's very crowded and happening..and boy there were so many Sasa! I think I saw at least 3 branches in the same area. and also other cosmetics shops like Angel and Aster as you can see from the pics above. It was like heaven! but heaven also no use.. you need money though. haha
They were cheap! Like RM2 per piece only. And they're not of some random brands but good quality ones. If you buy back in M'sia it's like double the price here.
So why not?杀! \(≧▽≦)/
Women's street. Nothing much but mostly all the not-that-cheap-also imitations.
Well you could buy some souvenirs here like key chains and magnets with the word 'Hong Kong' printed on it. Just remember to bargain. Speak Cantonese if you can.
lol very kampung for a moment.
but I'm glad that I had my first bowl of Hui Lau Shan's dessert in Hong Kong itself.
Award-winning signature dish: 多芒小丸子 (Mango sago with glutinous rice balls)
Slurps. Another moment of happiness. ( ˘ ³˘)♥
Me and my tourist shots.
Had to end the post with this pic..
just because someone's legs appeared to be (a little, at least) longer in there.
Ah well ╭(╯ε╰)╮