所以今次係鯉魚門的 “Groupon” 卷海鮮套餐，因爲同幾位好友食，這餐實在好正！
This is a bit of a late post, since “Ya Khun” has been open in Hong Kong for more than a year already….. But yup, with toast box, Killiney and Ya Khun, there’s really no need to travel to Singapore anymore! Well, unless you prefer the kaya toasts of “Wong’s”! So how’s Ya Khun? Let’s start with the Laksa, shall we? Egg? Tick! Fishball meat? Tick! Prawn? Tick! Beehoon? Tick! Laksa soup? Tick! Hmmm, what’s missing………………. Sea hump!!!!!!! Yup, it’s nowhere to be found! FAIL!!!!! So, with the disappointment from the Laksa, let’s see the Mee Siam. Thankfully, this is 100% the real deal…! Toast? Ah….. Glad that they didn’t miss the kaya nor the toast nor the thick slab of butter! And finally, the egg! Hmm, is it just me, or does it look better than those you get in Singapore? Must be better hens in Hong Kong!
I took a long hiatus from writing cause well, life was kept busy in Hong Kong. But I’m back now, and gosh, I have so many many nice foods to share with all foodies! So! Stay tuned for more restaurant food, and in addition, my upcoming culinary creations! Yes, I’m going to write about cooking too, cause it’s also about food…… :D
Now… For my 1st reutn post! I honestly forgot which Japanese place this was, but it was really good! So if someone can tell from the photos, do remind me please!!!
Now, even though I forgot which restaurant it is, I do remember the taste! The above is a “new” Tuna Tataki! With a hint of mustard and wasabi mayo to add some zest, this was a burst of flavour in a mouthful! Not to say, it looks really pretty too!
Now, what’s this? This is a risotto and crab-meat ball! Poke it open, and the just-right warm rice with crab-meat oozes out! Topped with a little truffle sour cream… Mmmm….! Very very creative, and I must say, not bad at all!
Now finally, the dessert! Looks just like any other bland swiss roll, right? But nooo… The cream inside is strawberry flavoured! Soft strawberry cream with a heavenly sponge cake, this marks a perfect end to a really good Japanese dinner!
For a place as cute as this, I won’t “destroy” its cuteness with my words…
Just to say, that this is “Little Twin Stars” cafe, part of the Star Dining experience at Langham Plaza in Mong Kok. It comes after My Melody cafe, which has now ended (*sob*sob*).
But well, hmm, I wonder, who’s next? XO???
So anyway, let’s visit Little Twin Stars cafe!
Hello Kiki & Lala!!! I’ll leave you two to introduce everyone around…….!
It’ll be on until the end of October, so come quick!!!!!!
Think back! When’s the first time you flew? What plane was it?
For me, it was a Boeing 767-300 on Qantas. So yes, that was in my memory the oldest plane I took. So if it was still around, it’ll be…. 25 years old?
BUT… That’s nothing compared to this “First Air” Boeing 737-200 (yes, 737-200!!!) that is about 40 years old!
So, here we go! Upon entering the plane, there’s this slightly smoky smell.. Kinda like those very old carpet smell that you hits you walking into an old castle….
But ahh…. On these old planes, legroom is EXCELLENT! “Cattle class” in those days is nothing compared to now!
Anyone still remember the old “dial” and earphone plugs? Ahh… So nostalgic…..
And so yes! There I was, flying in the freezing artic circle in an ancient plane… Love the engines on this! Still fully aluminium covered and not painted at all….
I love every single detail on this plane! Proper taps! A soap tray! A “flick” call-button!
Really loved this old plane to every little detail! Oh, you can still fly it by the way! For you lucky folk in Canada, if you’re going up to the Northern Territories, don’t fly Air Canada! Choose your local Inuit-run airline, First Air! They serve a very nice proper pancakes breakfast too!
I love planes and air-travel. And I must say, this is THE BEST flight I’ve taken EVER!!!!
好，睇下餐牌先！My melody & Kuromi 究竟為大家準備了什麼好食的呢？
首先，來杯 Melody, Kuromi 特色咖啡！
食完主菜，當然要甜蜜一下！有 melody pancake, kuromi 多士！