Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Harbour Plaza, Hong Kong

They seem to like a grand and glitzy foyer in Hong Kong. The Harbour Plaza is no exception. Lots of marble. Lots of glass. Impressive views. And a chef who makes omelettes right in front of you, on demand. Quite a decent omelette, too.

harbour plaza

3 Comments:

Blogger cin said...

okay, I know that you have o compare bacon and eggs everywhere but if you don't have like congee or kaya toast or something like that for brekky in HK, you'll be missing out!

30/8/06 22:14  
Blogger CW said...

Oh, I didn't realise you were in HK!

Just wanted to let you know I've picked your blog as one of my selections for Blog Day :) Thanks, I always enjoy your reviews (and always wish I was eating something more exciting for breakfast)!

31/8/06 09:21  
Anonymous JWo2 said...

Naaah, Kaya toast is a Singaporean thing! In Hong Kong they eat noodles, dim sum and occasionally congee for brekkie, but often you'll find them in little, down at the heel cafes, chowing down on (sweet) white toast, fried eggs with frankfurts or canned ham with ketchup. On the side they'll be slurping a mug of coffee made with condensed milk and a tablespoon of sugar. Trust me, I'm half Honky. ;-)

31/8/06 22:02  

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