Sunday, February 11, 2007
Ate with darling Key and friends at Hong Kong Kim Gary at VivoCity, on Qianhui's recommendation... Custom utensils! The queue at this place is hugely long but I guess turnover must be quite quick since the queue actually moves quite fast.
Most important, here is my darling Key, with her own dish - fish wrapped in egg!
As with any of the Hong Kong eateries which are opening up now, the thick-bread butter toast is one of the signature dishes. It's just dripping! (You can also see the peanut butter version behind, which I didn't quite like so much)
A simple dish for me - pork slices and egg. It's not gourmet, but it smells pretty good and tastes fine! Plus the egg is sweet!
Yuan yang - tea + coffee mix. Always see it on the HK television shows but is it really that good? It tastes different from either tea or coffee, not too bad, but I haven't become an instant convert.
Most importantly, here is Key with her own dish, fish wrapped in egg!
Final verdict: food's not fantastic, but it's not too bad either. Price was about $12 per head for one main, toast and drinks each...