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  1. It's been a while since I last dined at Greyhound so I have forgotten how good their Thai dishes are. As it was my friends birthday we went here as she wanted the coconut crepe cake. The menu has changed quite a bit since my last visit in 2012 and they now have more pasta dishes and Western dishes to cater for a bigger audience. While the menu has expanded, the dessert menu is still fab with a great variety of desserts which make it hard to decide what to end the meal with. +++++ Started dinner with this evilicious Cherry soda, I chose it because you rarely see it on menus in HK. It turned out better than I expected because some cherry flavours can taste artificial but this one was sweet and moreish. It comes with a side of coke which you pour in, therefore giving you a cherry cola flavoured drink. After a while when the icecream has melted you get a delicious cherry soda float. +++++ The other drink we had was the Pick you up which was a healthy concoction of juices: +++ Started with the Waterfall Grilled Lamb which is Sirloin of lamb served on skewers with Thai north eastern style spices with chopped shallots, spring onion, dry chilies and lime juice. This was my favourite because their sauce was really similar to the sauce at [Chili club, Wanchai] for the thinly sliced grilled beef filet. Surprising the lamb and the sauce were a great match and lamb meat has never been so appetizing and moreish. I will definitely order this on my next visit which means I have to come back to this branch as they only serve it here. They also offer this at their Beijing branch because the people up North like lamb. It had no gaminess at all and tasted like tender beef slices. +++++ Greyhound's famous chicken wings are indeed delish as they are so convenient to eat because of the single bone element. They were crispy with a delicious salty fish saltiness. ++++++ For noodles, had the Beef balls and stewed beef noodles which came in a rich beef broth. I loved the thin rice vermicelli which soaks the broth and you also get condiments with it so you can add accordingly. Yellow chili sauce was my favourite and really brings the flavour to the next level. +++++ Spaghetti with Thai Anchovy: This item is another must order item because the taste is very strong, from salty anchovies to strong basil leaves. +++++ Larb Salmon E-Sarn Style: This was similar to the waterfall lamb, but the dressing at the bottom was tangy and fiery. The salmon tastes really good when you mix it all together. ++++ Coconut sherbet: Usually sherbets have a tart taste but this one was not. The taste was sweet and soothing like coconut melting in your mouth. It is made of young coconut and the coconut water inside which tastes so much better than coconut milk. The icy frozen coconut sorbet melting sensation was so refreshing especially when it was made from coconut water. +++++ Coconut crepe: The crepe was covered in cream which was lovely and light and it was slightly sweetened but not too sweet. In between the crepe layers there was delicious pieces of young coconut. It reminds me of the buko pie but this one is nicer because it is not so sweet. On top of the crepe, there was a piece of water chestnut which is the one served in the Tub Tim Krob dessert. Overall the cake was delicious, however the coconut meat in the middle was a little hard comparing it to the one I tried a while ago. +++++ [Greyhound Branches] Greyhound Cafè - ifc Shop 1082, Podium Level 1, ifc mall, Central Tel: +852 2383 1133 Greyhound Cafè - OT Shop OT G01, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, TST Tel: +852 2383 6600 Greyhound Cafè - FW Shop L2-42, 2/F, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong Tel: +852 2383 4838 Greyhound Cafè - GCP Shop 301-302, 3/F., Moko Place, 193 Prince Edward West, Mong Kok Tel: +852 2394 6000 Greyhound Cafè - TKS Shop 007, G/F, Cityplaza Phase 2, Taikoo Shing, Tai Koo Tel: +852 2560 9668 Greyhound Cafè - NTP Shop 103A, 1/F, New Town Plaza Phase 1, Sha Tin Tel: +852 2699 3939 Greyhound Cafè - MT 1/F, Midtown, 1 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay Tel: +852 2383 4038 Greyhound Cafè - Thai-pas Bar 1/F, Midtown, 1 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay Source
  2. I love this branch of Wang Jia Sha because the decor has a touch of vintage Chinese romanticism from the past.Went there for lunch so had the noodles. I had the Sichuan dan dan noodles which came in a lovely strong broth, the spiciness was just right for me and the minced meat and pickles gave the noodles more flavour. The beef noodles were lighter compared to the Sichuan dan dan noodles but the beef was lovely and soft. The Shanghai dumplings are a must order, each one was bursting with rich meat juice. For sweet treats, had the custard buns and souffle red bean balls. The custard buns were and piping hot, inside it was filled with runny custard. The souffle balls were light and soft filled with red bean paste. It was good that it was on a bed of icing powder, so you can dip it according to your sweetness levels. [Wang Jia Sha 王家沙花樣年華]: Shop G16 , G/F, Site 4, Whampoa Garden, Wonderful Worlds Of Whampoa, 7 Shung King Street, Hung Hom Tel: 23650669 Source
  3. Founded in 1875, Charbonnel et Walker is one of Britain's earliest chocolatiers. Encouraged by Edward VII, (then the Prince of Wales), the company first formed as a partnership between Mrs Walker and Madame. Charbonnel hence the name Charbonnel et Walker. They are endorsed by the Royal Warrant as one of the few chocolatiers to Her Majesty The Queen where iconic customers have included Princess Diana and Princess Margaret. The chocolates are hand-made to the traditional recipes of Madame Charbonnel. Their renowned dark chocolate is made from the finest dark couverture which results in a decadently rich taste. Other chocolates in the range are really tempting. www.charbonnel.co.uk Source
  4. Founded in 1875, Charbonnel et Walker is one of Britain's earliest chocolatiers. Encouraged by Edward VII, (then the Prince of Wales), the company first formed as a partnership between Mrs Walker and Madame. Charbonnel hence the name Charbonnel et Walker. They are endorsed by the Royal Warrant as one of the few chocolatiers to Her Majesty The Queen where iconic customers have included Princess Diana and Princess Margaret. The chocolates are hand-made to the traditional recipes of Madame Charbonnel. Their renowned dark chocolate is made from the finest dark couverture which results in a decadently rich taste. As well as the packaging, the shape of the chocolates are captivating which make them great gifts. There is also a special offer at the moment where you can get the cake by Jeffrey Koo. {see FB for further details} Other chocolates in the range are really tempting. www.charbonnel.co.uk Source
  5. A new bakery spotted in Wanchai! Fresh croissants. bakehouse: 14 Tai Wong St. East, Wanchai Hong Kong Source
  6. Tea shops are trending at the moment and Hong Kong style milk tea is served here. The owner seems quite proud of his tea as he claims it is award winning tea. To be honest, Hong Kong style milk tea is not my cup of tea but I had to give it a try because he said it was an award winning tea. It was served pretty fast after I paid. The guy at the front poured milk etc into the tea. The taste was very strong with a good bitterness to it yet you could taste the balanced milk flavour. While I was there, most of the Hongkongers said it was really good but as I am English I don't know how a good HK milk tea should taste. I wonder if the prices will increase after the soft opening. #wanchai [My cup of tea 我杯茶 - 港式奶茶鴛鴦專門店] G/F, Wing Hing Building, 6 Spring Garden Lane, Wan Chai 灣仔春園街6號永興樓地下 Source
  7. A few years ago McDonalds launched all day breakfast only on new years day and since then they have been serving it every year. This year, they decided to promote the hotcakes with a choice of four sauces. Three were not available before such as strawberry, fudge and Skippy's peanut butter. Clearly the strawberry and fudge sauce are the sauces used for the sundaes. Also served all day on New Years day was the soy milk which is another breakfast item. I got the hotcakes deluxe, extra McSausage muffin, Bacon loaded fries, apple pie and the soy milk because I always like having fun mixing the things around. The pancakes were hot, soft and fluffy and they tasted even better when I put the filling from the apple pie onto the pancakes. Some of the chocolate sauce was put into my soymilk making it into chocolate soymilk, while I played with the remaining sauce on the hotcakes. For the Sausage McMuffin, I put the guacamole from the loaded fries and it went really well together. To summarize, I had a fun New Years day! Source
  8. [Walkers crisps] Bugles

    Bugles are American corn snacks but now they are available under Walkers crisps in three flavours: Southern BBQ, Sour cream and black pepper and cheese. Southern BBQ: The Southern bbq flavour tasted like prawn cocktail #skips with a hint of bbq. Sour cream and black pepper: The sour cream and black pepper was the lightest of the three flavours but moreish because the black pepper gives it a nice kick with the sour cream. Cheese: The cheese flavour tasted like hard baked cheese #quavers that melt in your mouth. Source
  9. blk water

    At the food expo, I saw some interesting black water. blk water claims that blk. water contains both fulvic and humic acid (found in soil, sediment and aquatic environments). But neither fulvic acid or humic acid are required in humans. The addition of these two acids to water in no way enhances the nutritional benefits of water. Anyway, I tried it and it tastes the same as water but psycologically it feels weird drinking black water because it looks dirty. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtaqYna3UPA Source
  10. A while ago I won these Paleo Avocado Brownies by Bad food gone good. It was my first time trying paleo brownies so I was really excited. These avocado brownies were so good because they were soft and moist with a strong avocado taste and they were not too sweet. If you look closely, you can see bits of green avocado in it. Source
  11. SEA SALT PISTACHIO LATTE from 7-Eleven Hong Kong I wish the sea salt and pistachio flavour was stronger. Source
  12. Mince pies are a must at Christmas, so this year I got BIG SISTER as the other brand was sold out. In a way, I was glad because these actually tasted surprisingly good. Personally I am not fond of Mince pies because of fruit peel but these contain cherries in it which balances the fruit peel. Source
  13. I loved this yoghurt from Waitrose. There were lots of crushed hazelnut pieces in it and the overall flavour was nutty and smooth. Source
  14. [KP Snacks] Space Raiders

    These are British inexpensive corn and wheat snacks by KP Snacks in a shape of an Alien's head. The pickled onion flavour tastes a bit my monster munch but the crunch is much harder. After finishing the crisps, I decided to have fun shrinking them in the oven like I used to as a kid. Source
  15. [Muller Corner] Red Cherry

    As always Muller does deliciously creamy yoghurt, this time I had cherry which was not as tart as I expected and it was like sweet cherry puree because the cherries were pretty much blended. Source