Din Tai Fung's Famous Truffle Oil Xiao Long Bao (HKD 120 for 6 pieces) - yes, every bite and drop of oil is extremely precious!
Din Tai Fun, Shop 3-9, G/F, 68 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay
Of course, one must not miss Ajisen's Tender Ribs Ramen! If there's single food I would be eating my entire life, this would probably be it.
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Ok, I know words aren't enough, but I'll try my very best for you to understand my cravings! Remember the ice cream from my previous post? This is the milk that was used in making them. It says 3.6 牛乳 (niú rǔ meaning "lait") and I believe this is the fat content that makes it ultimately rich, smooth and creamy.(ok i'm not intentionally scaring you on that part!) We've been trying to search for this brand and as usual, the more that you don't look for it the more it will appear! Anyway, as a milk-lover, I've tried several brands of Hokkaido milks and some just taste bland - more on like skim milk, overly processed. But this particular Hokkaido milk even top the regular full-cream milk brands I've tasted. It may sound exaggerated but it's really not ;) Even took a picture of it ( w/ my sis)!
Next! Din Tai Fung was originated in Taiwan and has one of the best xiao long bao so far vs HK's Crystal Jade. The first thing that's really surprising is how expensive it is! It's almost the same price to a Starbucks drink...per piece. Well it's not bad to try it out...We're talking about truffle here! Of course I posted food that impressed me most so verdict for this one: it did meet our expectations. Truffle oil was really mouthwatering in every bite:) But after every bite, you'll think about its price! haha
And one thing that I cannot miss the most when going to Hong Kong is the Tender Ribs ramen from Ajisen. Like I said, if there's one food that I will be eating my entire life, this will probably be it or the one from Ippudo's! From the soup, the ramen, the meat, everything is heavenly delicious! Even ate it twice during my stay! I can say that it can certainly compete with Ippudo's ramen!
When it comes to food, words aren't really enough! Apologies! ;)