Hong Kong Food

We dined at a number of restaurants, some of which are worth your visit when you travel to Hong Kong. The first one is Ah Ma Good Soup in Mongkok, which specializes in Chinese soups with good ingredients without MSG. It is owned by Christians, with John 6:35 prominently displayed at the front entrance. The Ah Ma Kitchen’s Prayer is printed right on the menu, and the restaurant closes on the Lord’s Day.

http://www.ahma.com.hk/movie.html

John 6:35 "I am the bread of life" prominently displayed at entrance.

John 6:35 “I am the bread of life” prominently displayed at entrance.

Ah Ma Kitchen's Prayer printed on menu.

Ah Ma Kitchen’s Prayer printed on menu.

The second one is Tonkichi Japanese Restaurant in Causeway Bay, which specialty is deep-fried pork and seafood, very tasty and juicy.
http://www.tripadvisor.ca/ShowUserReviews-g294217-d786797-r117867475-Tonkichi_Japanese_Restaurant-Hong_Kong.html

Japanese deep-fried seafood and pork filet.

Japanese deep-fried seafood and pork filet.

The last one is Yik Sun in Wanchai, a 50-year old restaurant with good Cantonese food. They are famous for their lemon chicken and pai pa duck, which we tried and are delicious.

http://whispalms.blogspot.ca/2010/12/bill-to-name-yik-sun-restaurant-wanchai.html

Pei Pa Duck with crispy skin and no fat.

Pei Pa Duck with crispy skin and no fat.

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