Hot and Sour Noodles after work.
We love the Sichuan food here and would defintely recommend the spicy chicken, jellyfish, pigs ear and black fungus!
There was a long queue for dessert so I killed time by showing off my impressive portrait-drawing skills.
The desserts at HeSheEat were yum!
Another spontaneous dessert after work.
We finally got round to trying out Oddies Foodies in Wan Chai and would definitely recommend the Night Wolf, which features the delicious brownie and chocolate chip eggette!
Celebrating Taya’s birthday at a cosy, tiny basement-bar called Medusa, hidden away in Soho.
Taya recommended their special, which is the raspberry and strawberry daqueri slushie with a glass rim of melted chocolate.
It was amazing!
They also have lots of other unique and interesting cocktails to try out, so we’d definitely recommend a visit! 😉
1 – Yes, I’m addicted to sashimi and Japanese buffets…
2 – Bibimbap for our work-lunch at a place across the road from us.
Dinner in a giant barrel at FASS, a German restaurant in TST.
1 – Work squad.
2 – We look about 10 years old in this photo…but with ENDLESS SASS.
Japanese buffet for Cynthia’s birthday!
My friends love spending time with me…
Mum and dad made their annual end-of-year trip to HK! 😀
We found a giant rabbit chilling in Sham Shui Po and my cousin took us to Heart’s Dessert after dinner.
Their molten chocolate cake is a thing of beauty and an absolute steal at $36! I took Ry here the next day and he loved it! 😀
Treating dad to a birthday dinner of layers of steamed seafood.
NOM NOM NOM NOM.
Finally, I’ll leave you with a close up of the delicious shellfish…