05 April 2013


The prices of properties has been shooting up in the world and the badly hurt are the retailers whose businesses are conducted in rental shops. In order to survive they had to resort to slashing their  produce prices in order to stay competitive.  This is so, especially in Hong Kong where rental of shops can shoot sky high and thus cause a lot of small eateries to close shop as they cannot keep up with the demand of high rents.

Many restaurants in Hong Kong are offering great discounts on their food in order to stay afloat and this has enticed a lot of tourists to visit Hong Kong just for the food.  One of the great offer is Foo Lum Restaurant with branches spread out in the colony.

We went to one of their branches in Aberdeen with offer of $1 chicken and discounts.

Roast goose a must eat when in Hong Kong.  The hugh goose is nicely roasted and succulent

Crabs with glass vermicelli in cast iron claypot  -  Fresh juicy crabs

Fried beancurd with fish maw and mushrooms

$1 soft juicy steam chicken

Spring onions in oil, perfect pairing to the chicken

Mix fried vegetables with fungus and bamboo pitts

Lobster balls with noodles in cheese sauce - creamy and cheesy

Sweet-sour spare ribs with chunks of pineapples

Deep fried squid with salted egg yolk sauce, very rich and tasty

Chinese kueh lapis - rice flour steamed with brown sugar

Peanuts mochi, soft and chewy

The cost for the whole meal is only HK$600 plus.  What a great deal and good food

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