Harbour Kitchen

I went to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center yesterday, to see what the food festival, the home expo and the beauty expo were all about. It was yuge! [Say it like Trump].

After being amazed by the size, the magnitude and the number of people there, didn’t realize it was past 1 already. Add 45 minutes to figure out how to get out, do a round about and then just find something to eat.

I came to Harbour Kitchen and saw things marked vegetarian. Without further thoughts, in I sat. And ordered their e-fu noodles with mushrooms.

Also known as Yi mein, these are wheat and egg noodles, made with soda water giving it a springy soft texture, in addition to that chewiness. They were smooth and very easy to eat. And I was starving and polished that whole plate.

In an effort to understand more, I read about the braising or cooking style of these noodles here – Taste Hong Kong.

I haven’t had these particular noodles before but these tasted good here. One of the things I don’t appreciate is the use of plastic serve-ware or dinner-ware at sit-in places.  Untitled
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