Foodnotes, Travel

Hong Kong eats: Yee Shun Milk Company

For this fantastic find, I have the lovely Miss Ene to thank.

I texted her back in the hotel room and she replied, You MUST go to Yee Shum Milk Company! Now, who am I to not listen to a fellow foodie’s advice? She’s even listed the directions of the outlet nearest to our hotel so one fine afternoon, we popped by for tea before Cousin Wan went to wash and blowdry her hair. It’s a complicated story. Well, not really. She just doesn’t wash her own hair so every time we go on holiday, she will be busily sourcing out hair salons to shampoo her coiffure. V vain but also v Fabulously Gorgeous.

The steamed milk with ginger was Super Duper Awesome. See, I love ginger. And this bowl of steamed milk was so gently pungent and smooth. I was happily slurping it down.

Cousin Ching had a bowl of chicken wings and beef noodles. That lady sure can eat. And she is so tall and slim! V v v jealous.

I decided to have a light snack and opted for the pork chop sandwich. It was YUMMY. The chop was nicely crisp on the outside and moist on the inside. Deep fried goodness, mmm.

The organised chaos

Empty tank

I’m going to be taking a little break from here.
There’s still some residual sadness that’s lingering and I need to take some time to get over this properly.

Nobody died and it’s not the end of the world.
But I just need to close this chapter and move on.

I just want to go away again, fly off to somewhere else and soak in all that vibrance, bright lights and joy of living.

More importantly, I need to seek out Hope and have a good heart-to-heart talk with her.

In the meantime, there’re will be some posts that I had written back when I first came back from Hong Kong.

Thank you for being here with me along every step of the way. Promise, I’ll be back soon.


Hong Kong International Airport