This weekend is a long weekend and I’m taking it easy. I’ve hosted a Sunday sharing day with friends pot luck style. Typically I have over catered but will be eating the remaining food for lunch in the coming week. It was glorious to sit in the air con on such a hot day. We… Continue reading Sunday sharing in Hong Kong
Today we went back to the Kerry Hotel on Hong Kong for the brunch buffet. We arrived before 12 and found it a little crowded and noisy. However the food and views were sublime. The prices have increased a little to when the hotel initially opened. However for the quality of food, paying around 400… Continue reading Saturday brunch buffet.
This morning I saw the weather and realised what a good day it was to work from home! There is a big typhoon on the way to Guangdong province. As a result, Hong Kong is amidst a tropical depression as well as an actual depression! Theong awaited typhoon called for some hygge vibes and a… Continue reading A quick digital declutter
It’s the week of afternoon teas! Hubby and I tried a new place “Greyhound cafe”. It claims to be inspired by the cuisine of Bangkok. Although the service was shaky, the food was good and the price was right! Well worth a visit! Thanks for reading! https://www.openrice.com/en/hongkong/r-greyhound-cafe-central-thai-meatless-menu-r67347
Today we went for a delicious afternoon tea at Say Cheese! The set was 128HKD for two and included two drinks. It was served in a decorative bird cage and came with five different desserts, one for each person. There were brownies, movenpick ice cream, waffles, churros and creme brulee. These were all mini size… Continue reading Afternoon tea, Say Cheese Hong Kong
As I had a free house this Sunday, I decided to have some friends over for a gathering. Rather than battling to get a table in the Hong Kong rush hour this week, we had an afternoon picnic at my place and all had a good chance to eat, chat and enjoy new kinds of… Continue reading Sunday Sharing and Saving.
Yesterday, Hubby and I were invited to his Mum’s-cousin’s-house for dinner. We arrived at six, to a grand feast laid on the table and ten hungry Taiwanese relatives waiting to be fed. We sat down to eat, and every time we finished a dish, a new one appeared. It was such a marvel. Grateful, to… Continue reading The Grand Taiwanese Buffet.