Hong Kong: Dim Sum, Dessert, & Family

In Hong Kong, I met my very young Great Uncle Wilson at Tsui Hang Village for a meal. We dined at the Causeway Bay Branch, which had a clean, elegant ambiance and good service. Our meal was a perfect does of family, fine dining, and dim sum before I left Hong Kong.

My uncle did all of the ordering. I just sat back and enjoyed the meal.

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Dumplings with Black Truffles

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Purple Potato Piggy Bun. Fluffy, soft, and a little sweet.

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Deep-Fried Squid.

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Peppers with Filling.

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Honey-Glazed Barbecued Pork

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Almond Paste Bun. My sweet tooth and I both loved these.

After dim sum, my uncle wanted to take me to try some local Hong Kong desserts. We went to the popular Cong Sao Dessert Restaurant nearby. I was a fan. We ordered one hot dessert and one cold dessert. Both were delicious.

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Ginger Milk with Egg White

IMG_1885Sweet Tofu with Mango

I was very, very full.

 

Tsui Hang Village

22/F, Lee Theatre Plaza, 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay

Cong Sao Dessert

G/F, 11 Yiu Wa Street, Causeway Bay

 

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