Stacked

Hong Kong is a crowded city famed for its Cantonese cuisine but notorious for its lack of living space. However, after having lived in equally-congested Singapore for a few years, my claustrophobia was very much toned down this time when I visited this city of paradoxes. while work took up most of my week there, I did manage to sneak in a few meals at various hole in the wall cafes which serve up delicious but reasonably priced Hong Kong-style staples like congee and rice noodles. I always had my camera with me hoping to take a shot or two of my orders but the way one’s food is speedily served and empty plates/bowls are promptly removed deemed a lingering diner a bother. So, I have zilch pictorial record. Hence another visit would be necessary.

Every floor on the building below is occupied by a restaurant:

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~ by iccthomas on March 23, 2010.

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