ENG’S Char Siew Wantan Mee – the genuine original Eng’s wanton mee

Eng's wanton mee

Eng’s wanton mee has been popular in the Katong food scene for a long time. Its popularity has ignited another wanton mee war in the East. Now along Tanjong Katong Road, there is an “Original Eng’s” at No 287 and there is an “Genuine Original Eng’s” at No 248.

ENG'S Char Siew Wantan Mee
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Tsim Chai Kee Michelin Bib Gourmand Noodles, Best in Hong Kong?


Tsim Chai Kee or Mak’s Noodles – that was the question we had to decide. After doing research on the best wanton noodles in Hong Kong, these are the two that seemed to be at the top of most of the reviews. Since we have tried Mak’s Noodles in Singapore, we decided that we should try the Tsim Chai Kee wanton noodles which received a Bib Gourmand award in the 2019 Michelin Guide Hong Kong. With limited time and meals, our quest was to try to find the best wanton noodles in Hong Kong.

Tsim Chai Kee Hong Kong
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Etto – dining by the hands in Handy Road

Etto

ETTO is a casual all-day dining restaurant offering a good range of Western bistro fare as well as a few local dishes. Located in The Luxe at Handy Road, next to The Cathay, ETTO is a nice under the radar spot in the busy Dhoby Ghuat area for lunch, dinner, after work drinks or brunch on weekends and holidays.

Etto
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Lunch at Caprice Hong Kong – 3 Michelin Star Restaurant in the Four Seasons


Caprice Hong Kong is a French restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel in Central Hong Kong. Located within the International Finance Centre (IFC) Complex, it is situated at the edge of water on Hong Kong Island and has a clear view of Kowloon on the other side. Caprice HK is one of seven 3-star Michelin restaurants in Hong Kong listed in the 2019 Michelin Guide. Of these, only two are French restaurants. The other one is L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. We had lunch at Caprice Hong Kong during our recent trip to the Fragrant Harbour.

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Shake Shack Burgers – We find out what’s the fuss about


Shake Shack Burgers have been making waves since they first started in a kiosk in New York in 2004. Since then they have added many stores in North America and around the world. They now have two stores in Hong Kong – in IFC and Pacific Place. In Singapore, their impending arrival seems to be eagerly awaited. According to the Straits Times, they are expected to open their first Singapore store in the Jewel at the Singapore Changi Airport later this year (Burger joint Shake Shack to open at Jewel Changi Airport) . We decided that we had to try one while we were in Hong Kong recently to see what’s the fuss all about.

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