I started eating at Kamado about 3 years ago and I go back there every time I’m in Hong Kong.
It’s a Japanese restaurant, but they have a lot of interesting fusion items on the menu, like the Creamy Uni Spaghetti which is simply amazing (if you like uni)
The prices are reasonable and the quality of the food is top notch.
The service however was pretty abysmal this time round.
In fact, the service was so bad that I’m probably not going to go there to eat the next time I go back to Hong Kong.
Imported Japanese “Black Cow” steak … I have no idea what sort of cow a “Black Cow” is, but it tastes damn good and is fucking expensive.
Kamado – great food, crap crap crap service
8th Floor, One Peking,
1 Peking Road, Hong Kong
I’m going to become an uncle soon … so it’s only fitting that Uncle Ben starts his niece down the right path and contributes to her kicks collection before she’s born.
When I first ate at Itamae Sushi 3 years ago, there was only one outlet (on Granville Road) and there were mad queues for its high quality sushi at super reasonable prices.
Since then, Itamae has exploded and has outlets all over Hong Kong – and there are still mad queues for its sushi.
Still the bomb …
Was walking around Causeway Bay with JBS and Annie when we spotted this in a “random computer shop” …
This is what I had for breakfast every day whilst I was in Hong Kong … a bowl of minced beef congee, fried dough stick wrapped in rice flour sheets and a glass (or cup) of soya bean milk.
You really cannot get congee and fried dough stick that tastes this good outside of Hong Kong, so its something I alwaysÂ have mad cravings forÂ when I’m in Malaysia.
Oh shit I miss it already.
Mong Kok in Hong Kong is one of my favorite placesÂ in the worldÂ … the infamous Ladies Street and Sneaker Street are all here … the streets are always crowded, even up till 11PM at night.
Not to mention the food hawkers … ahhh …
I love Mong Kok.