Sheung Wan is located in the north-west of Hong Kong Island, adjacent to Central. The area was one of the earliest places settled by British colonial explorers and was part of the historical Victoria City. Today, Sheung Wan is one of Hong Kong’s major business districts. There are also myriad small scale vendors centered on the Western Market complex. Of particular importance to visitors is that Sheung Wan is where the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal is located.
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Not One Less Coffee (Sheung Wan)
Hidden down a lower alley in Sheung Wan, @not_one_less_coffee is a cafe by day and bar by night. We came for a weekend lunch and had such a great time enjoying the delicious Japanese-style food, learning about hand-drip coffee and even walking their cute dog Woahwoah.
[Tonkatsu Set, Shrimp Tempura Set & Japanese Mackerel Set]
Each set came with a miso soup full of tofu and seaweed, a side dish (sesame octopus or garlic periwinkle) and a bowl of sakura shrimp rice.
The crispy tonkatsu had two pan-fried dumplings and three small satsumaimo (Japanese sweet potatoes) on the side while the various shrimp tempura was paired with huge slices of pork and caramelized onions. The grilled mackerel had a soft flesh and squeezing the lemon juice enhanced the natural flavor of the fish.
[Mount Fuji Origini]
This took longer to be served as it seemed almost every table ordered the #instagrammable origini, but it was definitely worth the wait! The blue one was stuffed with crab meat and flying fish roe while the pink one had pork floss inside.
[Pineapple Sorbet with Sakura Daifuku]
Only pineapple flavor was available when we visited, which was a good thing as we probably wouldn’t have been able to make up our minds (other flavors include coconut, peach and pomelo). The tanginess of the pineapple made the frosty sorbet extra refreshing, which contrasted well with the sweet red bean paste in the pretty daifukus.
[Hand Drip Coffee]
After we had finished our mains, a barista came to our table. The whole interaction felt like a mini workshop. We got to watch the coffee being prepared right at our table, which was a full sensory experience.
We tried 3 unique flavors that all had surprising aftertastes that changed when the coffee cooled down, but we unanimously preferred the one that had warm floral notes of jasmine tea and yuzu.
📍Not One Less Coffee
B/F, 31 Bridges Street, Sheung Wan (MTR exit A2)
Little Miss Picky
Growing up in Hong Kong was an experience we will never forget. The bright city lights, the island hikes, the beaches, the culture, the food!!...it will always be my first home, but definitely not my last.⠀
When it comes to food, I’m loyal to a steamed bun filled with pork or veggies (baozi) to get us through the morning, but Hong Kong breakfasts still have a special place in my heart - just look at this hearty delight!⠀
🥢 Noodles with Sausage and Fried Egg⠀
📍Hoi On Cafe, 17 Connaught Road West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Hong Kong's Sheung Wan is full of life in Hong Kong in the 1960s and 1970s, giving people the urge to look for the taste of old Hong Kong.
Nostalgic antique shops, cafes, gourmet shops, "Old Hong Kong Taste" can be seen everywhere. Although most of the tourists look at the glamorous and bright, towards the shining Central, but the west ring of the upper ring like the ancient jade-like luster, the thick traditional old port atmosphere, will still give you a different feeling.
TVB often takes a place for shooting: the stair street is also here.
Stairway Street, as its name suggests, is a street made up of stairs. It is from Queen's Road Central, via Moro Street, Hollywood Road, Baker Street and Sailing Station, up to the vertical.
Stairs Street is built on the hill. The streets are wide and steep. Many movies and TV dramas in Hong Kong have been used here.
Min Hua Emily
The restaurant is small, but it is not a small one. This restaurant was the first restaurant opened overseas by the Swedish-based Michelin two-star chef Bjrn Frantzen. The restaurant is decorated with a touch of local simplicity, lines, bronze, and warm wood, with a touch of gray, adding a comfortable and elegant character to the restaurant itself. The chef will introduce you to the materials used in the dish and how to cook. I only knew chicken after reading the menu, so I ordered this dish. The result- After the chef said a big pass, the waiter translated it to me; this is a bird. Excuse me! The bird! I ordered the chicken! It turned out to be a kind of game, guinea fowl. This dish is made from French guinea fowl, including French wild mushrooms, as well as some dried fruits and truffles. A small piece of black is the crown of the chicken. The taste is delicious, but things are a little less, and it may be concentrated. Address: No. 11 Shangjie Street, Shanghuan (the intersection of Shangjie Street and Taipingshan Street). Transportation: Sheung Wan MTR Station a2 exit, 15 minutes walk. Business hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 5:30 pm - 12:00 am. Recommended: pan-fried guinea fowl.
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