fantastic!!! here are the photos of proof
we tried most of their recommended dim sums....and it's really up to our standards and of cos the price is equally good!
Porridge - favourful, wholesome and smooth.
Crispy Char Siew Bao - Like nothing in this world, it's crispy on the outside, not oily as it's not fried but baked to perfection, on the insides, the sweet BBQ sauce oozes out with tender pork filling! Damn good I say!
Look at it!!! Slurps.
Har Gao and Ma Lao Gao...
Cheong Fun, Siew mai...
Even the dessert was terrific..osmanthus jelly and pumpkin dessert
that concludes....part 1 of food eating
here comes part 2 at Mido Cafe....A landmark on Temple Street, Mido Cafe is a rare find in Hong Kong. It exudes an ambience reminiscent of cafes in the last century. Stepping inside is akin to entering a time tunnel.
ADDRESS: 63, Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei
OPENING HOURS: 8:30am-9:30pm
DIRECTIONS: Yau Ma Tei MTR Station, Exit B2
One of the highlights on the menu is the Fried Noodles with Sliced Pork. Thin noodles are fried till golden brown. Pork slices are pounded slightly before stir-frying quickly in a broth. Cabbage is added and the savoury mix is then poured over the crispy noodles.
Noodles are pan-fried till golden and crispy, and topped with pork slices – HK$40
Their signature dish, Spare Ribs Baked Rice has a unique texture, and is best eaten hot – HK$48
Part 3...dessert: what's light and refreshing? Ginger milk pudding!!!!