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Sunday, 30 October 2011

Hong Kong....The city that never sleeps!? Day 3 and 4

 Third and forth day in Hong Kong. Nothing much to do other than eat, shop and eat again! This trip really makes me hungry as i'm a freak about food! Took the shuttle bus from Zen hotel as usual going towards the Star Ferry Pier. Weather was clear and sunny, unlike other days before which was cloudy and misty. Visited an exhibition at Victoria Harbor Hong Kong Exhibition Centre. There was an expo in digital, electronic products such as HD Plasma TV's, Turntables, State of the art speakers and amplifiers.

Passing by IFC Center
Visitors flocking in the Hong Kong Exhibition Centre
A marching military band was playing at the entrance, manage to get this pic
My ticket into the expo for HKD$60

Cool Vinyl player, state of the art!
Used usually for DJ's
Awesome Pioneer DJ Console
LG Plasma HDTVs
Spent 2 hours roaming around the expo listening to sound systems and demos. Pretty much an 'earful' for those who can't stand loud and orgasmic noises. As if i'm going to bleed from my ears after hearing those awesome sound systems!

The next best part of the day is as usual, EAT! Having scoured around Victoria Harbor, no Halal food seems in sight. Thanks to the web portal called Zahibah, i found some Halal food outlets nearby Wan Chai area. I decided to give Ebenezeer's Kebabs and Pizzeria a try as i heard rave reviews that they get from loyal customers in Hong Kong. Tucked away in the junction of Lockhart Street and Luard Road, there lies the one outlet available in Wan Chai. Ebenezeer's has since expanded their outlets into other parts of Hong Kong's districts even there is one located in Lantau Islands at the Ngong Ping Theme Village. If you ever need to try them when in Hong Kong, visit their website at for more info and locations!
Located along Luard Road in Wan Chai area
Certified Halal
Chicken Kebab and Crinkled Cut Fries
Simply awesome and filling meal!
Cafe like fast food environment, clean, modern and hip!
It's clobberin Time!

Food was at a reasonable price. Menus included from Samosa, Potato fritter, Spring rolls to Briyani Rice with Chicken, Mutton or simply just Chicken, Mutton Kebabs and other side dishes available. It's usually packed during lunchtime with office workers looking for a decent and fast meal without ever burning a hole in their pockets.

Off to Time Square, where i bought a Barcelona Home kit and a Chelsea Away kit. Total price for both jerseys were $750HKD. Got discount as i paid using MasterCard. 20% discount was shown outside, well that really tempted me and bought these.

Final night in Hong Kong, so we decided to go look for the best Halal Indian Restaurant. I came across an interesting and rather unmanly naming restaurant called Gaylord Indian Restaurant. Yes folks, it's really called Gaylord! Well i guess whoever the owner is, maybe he was drunk when he came up with that name...hehe. It's situated in Ashley Road, which was full of pubs and restaurants during the night.
Back in Kowloon

Chicken Tandoori with Briyani Rice
Also had the Kofta Masala and Tandoori Mixed Grill Platter
Nice ambience with Indian music played in the background by live performers.
The food prices range between HKD$20-30 and menu was interesting as they have mixed grill platter, traditional Bryani, Murg Makhani( favorite), Lamb Kofta Balls in Spicy Masala and many more. This restaurant is a must try for Indian Cuisine foodies, when coming to Hong Kong.

The address are as follows below:

GayLord Indian Restaurant
25 Ashley Road
Hong Kong
2376 1001

Hours: Sun-Sat 11:30am–10:30pm
Subway: Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Kowloon

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