Hong Kong Food Culture

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This is a small establishment located at Lowyat Plaza lower ground floor. It serves Hong Kong food, as the name implies :P I got to know this restaurant from another blogger sixthseal.com

Food choices were abundant, from rice, noodles, porridge, sandwiches, baked cheese rice to desserts. What I think is a really great deal was their duck rice + ribena combo, which only cost RM4.90. A normal duck rice at KL would already cost you RM4 at least. Take a look at the banner promoting it.

Duck Rice + Ribena = RM4.90~

Siang Leng and I ordered different dry noodles that apparently only differ by the dumplings/soup offered. The noodles are the same style, with generous amount of fried onions(my nemesis) sprinkled on top. I was quite upset at first but surprisingly they noodles taste much nicer than they look.

Eww, fried onions

There are 3 prawns in this Sui Kao, can you spot them?

Cuttlefish Balls, big enough for 4 satisfying bites

Ended the meal with a nice bowl of Mango Sago :D I am a mango addict lol

Mango Sago


The exotic food culture of Hong Kong attracts the cheapest international flights to its heart from all around the world. As an initiative, orlando flights have already started a separate booking service for the discount flight tickets to Hong Kong. Previously all the arrivals were coincided with the american flight schedule but now the number of flights is too big to carry the practice on. The cheap flights to Hong Kong are being scheduled by the major airlines as the connecting flights to paris. All of these flights are monitored and supervised by a high-tech flight tracker system.

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